Hasaka: US Conducts Another Heliborne Operations to Rescue Foreign ISIL Terrorist Commander
Local sources in Southeastern Hasaka reported on Thursday that the US forces have conducted the heliborne operation near the town of al-Houl at the borders between Syria and Iraq.
They added that the US forces took one of the ISIL commanders who had entered Hasaka from Iraq in the operation.
In recent weeks, the US forces have conducted several heliborne operations to rescue terrorists from Hasaka.
On Wednesday, the US forces conducted four more airborne operations in Southeastern Hasaka to rescue a number of entrapped ISIL terrorists, a move done repeatedly by the American forces to provide back up for the terrorist group in Eastern Syria.
Four American military helicopters conducted four sorties of heliborne operations in the villages of al-Qeirawan, Haresat Sinjar, al-Ta’ef and aAbu Kabra, evacuating a group of ISIL terrorists to an unknown location.
The US military forces are carrying out airborne operation in ISIL-held regions once in a while.
On Monday, Russia’s airbase in Lattakia province, known as Humeimim, complained that Washington supported the ISIL terrorists through the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, as the SDF continues pressures against civilians in Deir Ezzur.
Humeimim announced that it gained field reports disclosing that Washington is indirectly supporting and equipping the ISIL terrorists.
It added that Washington supports the ISIL through its illegally created allies, the SDF forces, who pursued disintegration of Syria.
Meantime, local sources in Deir Ezzur reported that the SDF forces detained tens of civilians in the province, including women, children and the elderly, en route from Damascus to the region and prevented their move to the province.