The last Isis jihadists in Deir Ezzor are closed in a square kilometer at Baghuz Fawqani. The SDF surrounded the jihadists of the Islamic State and crushed them along the Euphrates
Isis at Deir Ezzor is closed in just one square kilometer to Baghuz Fawqani. Operation Round Up SDF (Jazeera Storm) have crushed and surrounded the jihadists of the Islamic State in a small area along the Euphrates. Furthermore, it seems that the Syrian fighters have conquered the bridge of Abu Kamal, effectively blocking any escape route for fundamentalists west of the Middle Euphrates River Valley (MERV), if not swimming or on board small boats. These, however, are easily identifiable by the fighters of the International Coalition, which continuously bomb the terrorist posts. To them is added the artillery of the Arab-Kurdish forces, which thanks to the coordinates received, makes surgical attacks against the enemy. As a result, by the week the province could be declared officially free from Daesh.
Jazeera Storm freed Shahilah area, Abu Kamal bridge and part of Huwayjat al-Khanafirah from Daesh. Here the few remaining militiamen are fighting their final battle
The SDF in a few hours have driven Isis out of the Shajilah area, from the Abu Kamal bridge and from part of Huwayjat al-Khanafirah. It is here that the jihadists of the Islamic State are opposing their final resistance against Jazeera Storm. So much so that violent clashes are taking place in the area. Daesh tries to respond with suicide bombers and SVBIED (car bombs), but they are the last ones available. Then, the SDF will invade the village and hunt the militia house-to-house. Now there are fewer than 100 left. This is due to arrests and deaths in battle and thanks to mass escapes. In fact, there was a real exodus of fundamentalists in these days at Deir Ezzor, who did not hesitate to abandon their comrades to seek salvation to Iraq or to the northwest, towards the Badia Al-Sham desert and Idlib.