Isis in Syria is finished from the military point of view. The SDF of Jazeera Storm have closed the Islamic State in Deir Ezzor between Marashidah, Safafinah and Shajlah. Furthermore, the Coalition continues to bomb the jihadists
Isis in Deir Ezzor is finished from the military point of view. Operation Round Up SDF (Jazeera Storm) closed Islamic State militiamen in a small portion of territory in the Middle Euphrates River Valley (MERV). In particular between Marashidah, Safafinah and Shajlah. They did it after freeing the last Daesh stronghold in the area: Susah. The Syrian fighters, in fact, have conquered it very quickly. Just 24 hours after the start of the mass invasion. The jihadists, left their positions and fled south, folding back. However, they are now closed in a small quadrant, attacked by three axes: north, east and south. Furthermore, the International Coalition continues to bomb them relentlessly, in order to annihilate their last lines of defense. Thanks to this, the Arab-Kurdish forces are advancing rapidly.
The last big Daesh group in Syria is located in the Badia desert, between Homs and Deir Ezzor. The militiamen, however, are alone and isolated within the enemy territory
The final defeat of Isis in the MERV will determine both the end of the Islamic State, seen as an army, and the dream of the Caliphate. In Syria, in fact, it will remain only a pocket: the one in the Badia desert, between Homs and Deir Ezzor. Many militiamen gathered here, escaping from the battlefields in the country and neighboring Iraq. Periodically they try to attack in the area of Mayadeen and Abu Kamal, hoping to create an evacuation corridor for their companions. Now, however, it would be useless. For them there is only one alternative: death / capture or surrender. Not by chance in the last hours at least 13 jihadists, of which some foreign fighters, have been handed over to the SDF. As a result, the desert group is alone and isolated within enemy territory. Moreover, in all likelihood, Damascus begins to attack him while negotiating an agreement with the Kurds.