Terrorist ISIL Resumes Activities in Eastern Syria after Great Satan US Intensifies Aid to Allied Militia

The Syrian Democratic forces (SDF), backed up by the US, forwarded more food convoys to ISIL-held regions in Southeastern Deir Ezzur, refueling the terrorist group’s activities, a media outlet reported on Monday.

The Arabic-language al-Watan daily reported that the US-led coalition has increased its military aid to the SDF which is sending food stuff convoys to ISIL-held regions.

It further said that the SDF dispatched several trucks, carrying food stuff, from the small town of Abu Homam to the regions that are still under ISIL’s control, including al-Sha’afa and al-Souseh in Eastern Deir Ezzur.

Al-Watan said that the ISIL has been reinvigorated after arrival of the SDF’s aid cargoes.

The daily said that the coalition has provided the SDF with several aid and military convoys in Eastern Syria in the recent weeks.

In the meantime, military sources reported that the Syrian Army engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL on the Western bank of the Euphrates River in a region between the town of al-Mayadeen and al-Dowayer desert, in al-Tayem oilfield and also South of Deir Ezzur military airport.

The army managed to repel the attacks after inflicting major losses on the ISIL.

The Arabic-language al-Watan daily reported in mid-August that the SDF dispatched a sum of 13 trucks to the regions that are still under the ISIL terrorists’ control in Southeastern Deir Ezzur.

The daily went on to say that the trucks were sent to the towns of al-Sha’afah, al-Souseh and Hajin, adding that the SDF has justified the move by claiming that the convoys carried food for civilians in the ISIL-held regions.

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