The SDF at Deir Ezzor dismantled an ISIS cell specialized in bomb making and attacks. The arrests took place in Busayrah, one of the main areas where the Islamic State infiltrates from the west via the Euphrates
SDF hunting continues against ISIS cells in eastern Syria. In the past few hours, Jazeera Storm troops have dismantled an Islamic State group operating in Deir Ezzor. The militants were specialized in car-bombing attacks on the population. During a raid, six Daesh jihadists were arrested in the Busayrah area, one of the main ones as far as terrorist infiltration from the West through the Euphrates. In addition, some IEDs and a bombs factory were destroyed. The maneuvers have subsequently moved to another area of the province, following some reports. The goal is to stop the IS elements before they make other attacks. Both against Arab-Kurdish forces and against civilians in the quadrant.
Daesh has completely switched to guerrilla warfare, multiplying the attacks against the SDF and the population. On the other hand, the IS founders are the same ones who fed the anti-government campaigns in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003
Isis, after the military defeat against the SDF in Deir Ezzor, is trying to get revenge and sow terror in eastern Syria through a campaign of bomb attacks. In fact, in the past few hours, there have been explosions in Shaddadi and Qamishlo. Both attacks against the forces of Jazeera Storm and the local population. Since almost a couple of months, Islamic State militiamen have adopted guerrilla tactics. First there were crop fire campaigns. Then, attacks caused by IEDs or vehicles loaded with explosives have multiplied throughout the region. Just like what happened in Iraq in 2003 after the fall of Saddam Hussein. Moreover the founders of Daesh are the same ones who organized anti-government operations, especially in the Sunni triangle but not only.