The seizure of about 20 US Hummer vehicles by the organization in its latest counterattacks pushes the International Coalition to escalate its bombardment on ISIS enclave to destroy the vehicles

Deir Ezzor Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the continued heavy bombardment by the International Coalition’s warplanes, on ISIS last enclave at the eastern banks of the Euphrates River, and reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the targeting operations by the International Coalition has been escalated since the 28th of October 2018, the date in which the organization recovered all the areas it lost during the operation of the International Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces, and according to what these sources confirmed to the SOHR, this targeting operations come as a result of the seizure of about 20 US Hummer vehicles affiliated to the US forces and the International Coalition, by the “Islamic State” organization in its counterattacks which forced the Coalition’s troops to withdraw from the area and leave the vehicles, and the reliable sources confirmed to the Syria Observatory that the vehicles are provided with modern techniques that enable the Coalition’s warplanes, to locate them, thus, they are able to accurately target them, and despite these strikes, the warplanes killed Syrian citizens and others of the Iraqi nationality of ISIS families.

and the Syrian Observatory published hours ago, that it monitored the recovery of bodies of 8 people from under the rubble of destruction caused by the bombing by the International Coalition warplanes on Friday morning the 9th of November and the evening of Thursday, the 8th of November 2018, raising to 41 including 17 children and 13 women, the majority of them are of Iraqi nationality of family members of the “Islamic State” Organization, who were killed in the towns of Hajin and Sha’afah during two rounds of targeting by the International Coalition, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, and with more casualties it rose to 123 at least, the number of people killed by the international coalition warplanes since the 10th of September 2018, in strikes by the International Coalition on two mosques and a Koranic institute in al-Susah town within the ISIS-enclave in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, and the majority of them are of Iraqi nationality including families of ISIS members, and in strikes targeted a house in al-Bobadran village and in raids on Hajin, Al-Sha’afah and other areas of the last enclave of ISIS east of the Euphrates, in addition to 2 children who were killed in shelling by SDF on the ISIS enclave.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 3rd of November 2018, that it documented the killing of 14 civilians by warplanes, including 5 children under the age of eighteen and 5 women, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring the killing of 9 members of the “Islamic State” organization in bombing by International Coalition warplanes on other areas of the same enclave, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented that it rose to 588, the number of fighters and commanders of the “Islamic State” Organization, who were killed in the clashes and the strikes of the International Coalition and SDF, while the Syrian Observatory documented the death of 339 at least, one of them was a field commander of Deir Ezzor Military Council of the Syria Democratic Forces, the members of the SDF who were killed in clash against ISIS, since the start of the military operations on the 10th of September 2018, and the death toll is expected to increase as there is information about other human losses and the presence of injured cases in serious conditions, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the execution of 15 people -including 10 members of SDF- by the Organization in its last enclave east of Euphrates.

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