After the exit of tens of thousands, SDF continue to rake positions near Baghuz farms to transport the people and prepare with the Coalition for the last operation if the remaining ISIS leaders and members did not vanish

The Syria Democratic forces who are around Baghuz farms in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, are still waiting for more remaining people to get out of these farms, of civilians, ISIS members, and their families, where the trucks continue to wait in order to enter the areas that separate the farms from the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas and position in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, near the east bank of Euphrates River, and the Syrian Observatory learned that the International Coalition warplanes continue to fly over the area to target any movement of ISIS members and leaders, who had previously refused and still refuse to surrendering to the Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces, and prefer to fight until the end, while this anticipation comes after the statement made by the US President Donald Trump about restoring the entire territory from the “Islamic State” Organization in Syria,  where the Coalition and SDF are waiting for civilians, ISIS members, and their families to get out of the area, to start a military operation against those who refuse to surrender of members of the organization and its leaders in Baghuz farms, if the they did not vanish.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published during the last 24 hours that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the exit of more people and batches, from Baghuz farms near the east bank of Euphrates River towards the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas, and the Syrian Observatory monitored the exit of a new batch of about 930 people -including about 60 men- aboard several trucks, and in the last two batches which got out on Wednesday the 27th and Thursday the 28th of February a significant decrease in number of people who got out of the farms between al-Baghuz and the east bank of the river, raising to 52680 the number of evacuees documented by the SOHR since the 1st of December 2018, of different nationalities like Syrian, Iraqi, Russian, Somali, Filipino, and other Asian and western nationalities since the beginning of December 2018, among them there are more than 50680 people have gotten out the Organization’s enclave since the decision of the US President Trump to withdraw from Syria on the 19th of December 2018, including about 5392 members of the “Islamic State” Organization, and the majority of them are of Iraqi nationality, who have been arrested among the displaced people, after the residents were able to identify them and inform the security forces about their infiltration, while another part of them handed themselves over after they managed to get out of the last enclave of the Organization, also the Syrian Observatory learned that during the past days and weeks about 300 ISIS members managed to infiltrate through the Euphrates River to the largest and last remaining enclave of the Organization in the Syrian Desert within the areas that are controlled by the regime forces, Russians, and the Iranians in north of Palmyra.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published today that at least 30 trucks entered in the morning of the 28th of February 2019, to the farm area between Baghuz and the east bank of Euphrates River, where it is expected for a new and large batch of people to exit the area in the next few hours if everything goes as planned, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that a new batch of who remained in farms between Baghuz and the east of Euphrates River have gotten out towards the Syria Democratic Forces’-controlled areas in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: more than 700 people including a lot of Turkestan and Asians -including about 40 members of the “Islamic State” Organization- have gotten out towards the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas and arrived in these areas aboard 15 trucks, while the exit of more trucks during the next hours is expected, and the Syrian Observatory learned that the fighters were transported aboard cars to the base of the International Coalition in the countryside of Deir Ezzor, raising to 51750, the number of evacuees documented by the SOHR since the 1st of December 2018, of different nationalities like Syrian, Iraqi, Russian, Somali, Filipino, and other Asian and western nationalities since the beginning of December 2018, among them there are more than 49750 people have gotten out the Organization’s enclave since the decision of the US President Trump to withdraw from Syria on the 19th of December 2018, including about 5392 members of the “Islamic State” Organization, and the majority of them are of Iraqi nationality, who have been arrested among the displaced people, after the residents were able to identify them and inform the security forces about their infiltration, while another part of them handed themselves over after they managed to get out of the last enclave of the Organization, also the Syrian Observatory learned that during the past days and weeks about 300 ISIS members managed to infiltrate through the Euphrates River to the largest and last remaining enclave of the Organization in the Syrian Desert within the areas that are controlled by the regime forces, Russians, and the Iranians in north of Palmyra.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that the batches are still coming from the east of Euphrates farms in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor near al-Baghuz area, carrying with them more casualties of children who have not been able to withstand the weather and health conditions in areas of presence of the Organization, during the journey of displacement towards the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas, where the batch that arrived yesterday night Tuesday, the 26th of February 2019, to al-Hool camp had a deceased female child, she died after her health got worse, which increased the number of casualties in the al-Hool camp to 51 -mostly children-, the number of people who died as a result of the poor human and living conditions, and most of them have died as a result of diseases whose complications have increased during the journey of arrival to al-Hool camp, the last of which were 2 people who died one in the camp and the other one in the hospital, and the increase in casualties has sparked resentment among the displaced people, who confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the United Nations is responsible for the deaths of their children and their families, and that the United Nations bear the primary responsibility for all this failure through their corrupt organizations which insult the displaced people, while the international organizations have enough with media data that gives them points on the international humanitarian scene.

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