According to well-informed Iraqi intelligence sources, the alliance between Ba’athist former Iraqi army officers who are in partnership with the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) could overrun large swaths of western and northern parts of Iraq , seems to break up in coming days. After U.S. administration in tactical maneuver desist from supporting Sunni extremist rebels financially and in media level, Ba’athist officers in former Iraqi army voiced their readiness to cooperate with U.S. to target ISIS posts. In a secret meeting, gathering between ISIS top ranking officials and Ba’athist officers, the local officers asked their ex-partners to surrender areas occupied by them in mid-July and also to not mention the name of self-proclaimed ISIS Caliph, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in media groups affiliating the rebels because of much controversy he crates with his scary speeches and Islamic decrees.