The SDF offensive against Isis at Deir Ezzor has resumed at full speed. Jazeera Storm, waiting for reinforcements from the north east, aims with the artillery defenses of the Islamic State to weaken them
The SDF offensive against Isis at Deir Ezzor has resumed at full speed with intense artillery fire on Hajin. Operation Round Up (Jazeera Storm) troops, awaiting the arrival of reinforcements from the north east of Syria, are targeting the Islamic State’s positions to loosen the jihadist’s defenses. As soon as the new assets arrive in the quadrant, the new operations on the ground will start. Meanwhile, the militia are kept under constant pressure to prevent them from attempting to extend their territory north and east into the Middle Euphrates Valley River (MERV). This is also thanks to the help of the International Coalition and the Iraqi ISF, which bomb the Daesh assets from Hajin to Sha’fah, up to Susah and Baghuz. In fact, the terrorists have recently carried out vain attacks at the oil fields of Al-Omar and the village of Dahra.
Meanwhile, Daesh attacks the Syrian army (SAA) over the Euphrates at Abbas and Abu Kamal. The goal is to create an escape corridor to the west towards the Badia desert
Meanwhile, Isis – as expected – tries to move west over the Euphrates, attacking the Syrian army (SAA). The Islamic State has bombed Damascus soldiers’ posts both in Abbas and Abu Kamal. The goal is to create an escape corridor towards the pocket in the Badia desert between Deir Ezzor and Homs. In addition, the SAA continues the offensive against Daesh in Suweida after the release of the last civilian hostages held by militiamen. Bashar Assad’s troops are advancing Al-Safa, but with difficulty following the morphology of the terrain. So much so that the clashes have intensified with numerous victims on both sides. The military campaign in the volcanic area has been going on for over three months, but the situation has not yet been resolved.