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Syria, SDF ultimatum to Isis at Deir Ezzor: Surrender or we increase attacks

Isis in Baghuz Fawqani received an SDF ultimatum: Surrender immediately or we increase attacks. Meanwhile, the Coalition aims to destroy the tunnel network of the Islamic State south of Deir Ezzor

The last battle of the SDF against Isis to Deir Ezzor could be completed within the next hours. According to local sources, Syrian fighters have launched an ultimatum to Islamic State militias barricaded in a group of buildings between Wadi Ali and Harse, in what has been called the “Daesh Tent City”, and in the tunnels below. Surrender immediately or die. In the event that the jihadists choose to fight, in fact, Jazeera Storm and the International Coalition will further intensify the attacks and bombings on all their posts all in the Middle Euphrates River Valley (MERV). These are, in fact, resumed after most of the Baghuz Fawqani population has been evacuated and have been going on for hours. Especially against the network of underground conduits, used by jihadists to hide. The goal is to force them to return to the surface and surrender.

While the mass Daesh surrenders continue, Jazeera Storm still exflitrate the civilians from the clash zones

Meanwhile in Baghuz Fawqani the mass surrender of the Isis militias to the SDF and the arrests of the fugitives continue. In both cases there are numerous foreign fighters, some of them European. In addition, Syrian fighters still exfiltrate civilians from areas of clash with the Islamic State, through the newly created humanitarian corridor south of Deir Ezzor. Only yesterday seems to have been saved about 3,000 people, of whom most women and children. It’s unknown how many Daesh jihadists are left between Wadi Ali and Harse. However, it’s assumed to be about 200, but there are no certainties, as many are hiding in the tunnels. The Coalition’s rugged raids, however, will force them out into the open. By the way, Jazeera Storm has deployed a number of marksmen, ready to hit them at the first opportunity.

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