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Middle East, Isis in Syria has been defeated and in Iraq loses leaders and money

Isis in Syria is over. The last group of militiamen of the Islamic State in Baghuz Fawqani has surrendered to the SDF and the fugitives are hunted by Jazeera Storm in Deir Ezzor

Isis in Syria has lost, it’s over. The last group of militiamen of the Islamic State surrendered in Baghuz Fawqani to the SDF of Operation Round Up (Jazeera Storm) in the past few hours. Among these also numerous foreign fighters from different countries. Together with them the families, who will be transferred to a special wing of the Al Hawl refugee camp. More than 900 women and children will be treated and feed by the Arab-Kurdish forces. At the same time, arrests of militiamen and Daesh fugitive leaders continue. There are no official confirmations, but it seems that in Deir Ezzor has been captured some prominent, who tried to move north. Presumably, hoping to get to Idlib and the border with Turkey or Iraq, to ​​reach the last jihadist’s big pocket between Anbar and Nineveh.

In Iraq, Daesh, after losing its largest network of financiers in the country, sees two senior commanders arrested by INIS, including the “Emir of Battles”

Even in Iraq, the situation is bad for Isis. After the largest network of Islamic State financiers in the Middle Eastern country has been dismantled in Baghdad, the intelligence (INIS) has arrested two top-notch leaders. “The Emir of Battles” has been captured in Mosul. The man, whose identity was not made known, was taken in the district of Rabia. He had just arrived there, after escaping from Syria and from the SDF offensive at Deir Ezzor. The Daesh commander was involved in many attacks on local security forces (ISF), especially in Anbar. So much so as to have obtained the nickname thanks to the many battles fought against the ISF in recent years. Furthermore, in Ayaza, the former head of the Tal Afar militia police forces, Abu Abdulaziz, has ended his hiding place.

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