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Syria, SDF resume the offensive against Isis to Deir Ezzor: clashes in Hajin

The SDF have resumed their progress against Isis at Deir Ezzor, are ongoing violent clashes between Jazeera Storm and Islamic State at the outskirts of Hajin

The SDF have resumed to advance against Isis to Deir Ezzor, after having resumed the territories conquered in recent days by the Islamic State. In the peripheral area of ​​Hajin, violent clashes are taking place between Operation Round Up (Jazeera Storm) and Daesh militiamen. In parallel, the International Coalition continues to constantly bombard the jihadist positions. Both in the urban area and further south in the Sha’Fah area. Meanwhile, the Arab-Kurdish forces are also carrying out in-depth research in Gharanij and Bahra to uncover and neutralize dormant IS cells and terrorists who have been hiding in the two cities. After the counterattack of the SDF, in fact, the fundamentalists have fled to Hajin. But some have lost their tracks in the two population centers and are feared that they may attempt attacks or attacks on Syrian fighters’ shoulders.

Syrian Army (SAA) and PMU launch a combined attack against Daesh on two sides. The budget speaks of many dead and injured among the jihadists. Meanwhile, Maghaweir al-Thowra patrols the 55-kilometer strip at Al Tanf to avoid infiltration

Meanwhile, the Syrian army (SAA) and Iraqi Shi’ite paramilitary militias Hashd Al-Sha’abi (Popular Mobilization Forces, PMU) have launched a harsh attack on Isis south of Deir Ezzor. According to military sources, there was a double action against the jihadists of the Islamic State in Baghuz, struck by the east and west with artillery. It seems that the budget sees many Daesh elements, including some commanders, dead or injured. In this regard, however, there are no official confirmations. The goal is to prevent terrorists trying to flee towards the Badia desert or Iraq. In this regard, in nearby Homs, the fighters of Maghaweir al-Thowra (partner of Inherent Resolve) continue to watch over a strip of territory of 55 kilometers in the area of ​​Al Tanf to prevent possible infiltration by IS terrorists.

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