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The coalition dropped more shells and bombs on Raqqa in August 2017 than it did on all of Afghanistan in the same month, according to Airwars, a group that monitors the human cost of the US and Russian air campaigns in Syria and Iraq.

'Video games prepared me in a way for knowing strategies and how not to get killed, like how to use cover and not to stand in the open.'They weren't something I picked up because I was going out there to fight, but as a kid I played every day after school.

The tragedy prompted Duttenhofer to leave Syria, and he flew out of Iraq on November 16The jihadis, in turn, expelled al-Qaida and the moderate opposition fighters from the city in January 2014 and set about transforming Raqqa into the de-facto political capital of their soon-to-be declared 'caliphate.'Self-proclaimed IS caliph and the head of the militant group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, called on doctors and engineers to travel to Raqqa to help build his 'caliphate' and realize the dream of global jihad.

Planning for some of the major attacks in Europe in recent years, including the 2015 Paris attacks, which killed 130 people, and the 2016 suicide attacks on the Brussels airport and subway, which killed 32, was traced back to Raqqa.

On the other I wanted to be a part of something that was historical and groundbreaking. Duttenhofer, pictured left in his younger years with his older sister and right in 2010, said he felt 'socially awkward' growing up and 'didn't have a lot of friends'.

He ended up exploring the outdoors and playing video and computer games to pass the time While in Syria, Duttenhofer said that he became 'battle buddies' with Holmes, a British volunteer from Bournemouth, Dorset, who was killed in an explosion last October.Duttenhofer returned to the United States four months after suffering the loss of his close friend Jac Holmes, 24, a British IT worker who was killed in an explosion last October.Duttenhofer, pictured center with his friend Jac Holmes (right) and another comrade, worked alongside a sniper unit of Kurdish soldiers as they occupied empty buildings and shot at ISIS fighters in a bid to advance.Two years before Duttenhofer arrived in Syria in 2016, Raqqa had become ISIS's de-facto capital.The city was regularly hit by airstrikes from the Syrian government, Russia and the United States as they tried to rid the city of rebels.Under the fanatics' reign atrocity followed atrocity - including the beheading of Western hostages by Jihadi John, and the mass murders of the Islamic fundamentalists' rivals and the civilians under their rule.Duttenhofer said of traveling to the country: 'On one hand, I selfishly wanted to fight ISIS.I could sit down and put 13 hours in like it was nothing.'The Americans would give Claymore mines to the YPG and a lot of Syrians didn't know how to use that stuff, even though they have been living in a war for six years.'I don't think you can really draw a comparison between the mental state of mind of playing a game and going out and potentially losing your life.'In a game you will get shot and you quickly learn if you are killed, but in real life you just die.' Growing up, Duttenhofer played computer and video games, went to shooting ranges and enjoyed exploring outdoors, but felt 'socially awkward' and 'didn't have a lot of friends'.Following a lengthy battle in October 2017, the Syrian Defense Forces (SDF) - its main backbone being the YPG - declared the city liberated from ISIS.Over seven years, Syria's civil war has killed hundreds of thousands of people, forced millions from their homes and disturbed the regional balance of power.

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