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ISIL Commanders Fleeing Deir Ezzur Following Intensified Chaos in Terrorist Front

12 July 2017 12:35

 

 Local sources in Eastern Syria reported that a number ISIL field commanders have fled the battlefields after increasing chaos in the terrorist front in Deir Ezzur.

The sources said that after suffering heavy defeats and casualties in battle with the Syrian Army troops in Deir Ezzur in the recent days, a new wave of chaos has covered the terrorist front in the Eastern city.

The sources said that a number of ISIL commanders, including Hamed al-Nouri nom de guerre Abu Hamzeh al-Qar’ani, the deputy commander of ISIL’s Hasaba (security-monitory forces) in al-Ashareh and two more commanders from Kazakhstan fled the city.

In the meantime, a number of ISIL terrorists have been killed or wounded in infighting among the group members.

The sources added that a group of residents of the town of Hajin in Eastern Deir Ezzur attacked the Hasaba command center, killing a terrorist and wounding two others.

In relevant developments in the Eastern province on Monday, a large number of civilians took to the streets in a town near Deir Ezzur Province’s border with Iraq and clashed with the ISIL terrorists as the Syrian Army troops and Hezbollah fighters were rapidly advancing against ISIL in Eastern Homs to lift the siege on Deir Ezzur.

Local sources in the town of Albu Kamal reported that a group of young men burned 2 ISIL vehicles and a bus in the town and killed one of the terrorists.

The development came a day after three other terrorists were killed and their car was burned at the hands of locals of al-Kataf area on the outskirts of Albu Kamal.

The sources also announced that a state of turmoil and confusion still prevails among ISIL terrorists, where clashes erupted among ISIL groups in the area of al-Souar, which led to the injury of ISIL commanders, including Abu Mosaab al-Falastini and Abu Omar al-Australi.

In the meantime, the Russian and Syrian fighter jets intensified air raids on ISIL’s strongholds as army ground troops were advancing towards the last stronghold of ISIL in Eastern Homs that was considered as a gate to Deir Ezzur province.

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