Clashes between SDF against ISIS continue in conjunction with ongoing shelling on the area • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Clashes between SDF against ISIS continue in conjunction with ongoing shelling on the area

Deir Ezzor Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored ongoing violent clashes on areas within the enclave that is controlled by the “Islamic State” organization and its outskirts in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor between members of the “Islamic State” organization against the Syria Democratic Forces, accompanied by ongoing rocket shelling by the SDF on ISIS enclave amid information about the fall of more human losses in the ranks of the both parties, and the Syrian Observatory published hours ago, that the “Islamic State” Organization, carried out a counterattack targeted a point of the Syria Democratic Forces on the outskirts of the ISIS enclave at the east bank of Euphrates River, after which violent clashes took place between both parties, accompanied by intensive bombardment by the International Coalition which killed 10 members of the organization, the SOHR also monitored heavy bombardment this evening, targeted al-Rawdah area and other areas in the last enclave of the Organization, while the Syrian Observatory monitored the entry of 11 military vehicles including 2 Hummer vehicles to the front area, and the Syrian Observatory published hours ago that the violent clashes continue, between the Syria Democratic Forces against members of the “Islamic State” organization in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, at the east bank of Euphrates River, and the Syrian Observatory learned that the Syria Democratic Forces were able to achieve an important advancement by controlling large parts of al-Baghuz Tahtani area, which is located in the easternmost part of the last enclave of the Organization east of Euphrates on the Syrian-Iraqi border, and they monitored by firearm the remaining parts of the area, and the clashes coincided with shelling by the Syria Democratic Forces and the International Coalition forces and their warplanes, and confirmed information about more casualties in the ranks of both parties.

And with the fall of more casualties it rose to 1042, the number of fighters of the “Islamic State” organization, who were killed in bombings, clashes, shelling and raids within the last enclave of the Organization since the 10th  of September 2018, and the Syrian Observatory also documented the death of 554 members of the Syria Democratic Forces, who were killed since the 10th of September 2018, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the Syria Democratic Forces being able to achieve the first 2 important advancement, the first in Abu Hasan village and the second is the control of al-Bukhatir village which are east of Hajin town, which was controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces before the US decision to withdraw from the area, and the Syrian Observatory published in the past 24 hours that the clashes continue between the Syria Democratic Forces against the “Islamic State” organization, in places within the last enclave of the “Islamic State” organization east of Euphrates River, in a continuous attacks by the Syria Democratic Forces in order to put an end to the presence of the Organization there, which is taking its last breath, while the clashes are accompanied by continuous rocket shelling targeting the enclave of the “Islamic State” organization, and the Syrian Observatory published during the past hours that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored continued clashes at violent pace, between the Syria Democratic Forces against members of the “Islamic State” organization, in areas in the outskirts of the enclave that is still under the control of the organization which lives its last days, after the violent attacks and the advancements achieved by the SDF, in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, where the SOHR monitored that the SDF managed to achieve advancement in positions and points in the organization’s enclave, as a part of process of clamping down on the organization even more, where more than 500 of ISIS members have fled since the US decision to withdraw its forces from the Syrian territory on the 19th of December 2018, while the clashes are accompanied by exchange of targeting in the clash areas, where the organization is fighting desperately to retain the last areas left under its control in the east of the Euphrates, stretching from the east of Abu Al-Hassan village to the Syrian – Iraqi border, and the Syrian Observatory published on Thursday, that it monitored intensive bombing by the International Coalition, since midnight of yesterday until now, targeting the “Islamic State” organization’s-controlled areas, which is living its last days in its last enclave east of Euphrates, and in the last populated areas of towns and villages under its control in Syria, where the Syrian Observatory monitored intensive bombing by the International Coalition warplanes and artillery; on the last enclave of the Organization on the east bank of Euphrates River, which stretches from Abu Hasan village until the Syrian-Iraqi borders, amid clashes between the Syria Democratic Forces against the “Islamic State” Organization, in an attempt to achieve control over the entire enclave in the coming days, while intersected sources suggested for the Syrian Observatory that if the bombing continues in this way along with the exit of more civilians and families of ISIS members, and, members of the “Islamic State” organization hand themselves over; the existence of the Organization may end within days, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received confirmed information about the killing of more members of the Organization due to intense shelling and the clashes of varying violence, amid more advancement for the Syria Democratic Forces in points and areas in ISIS enclave, as the “Islamic State” organization lives its last days in the east of Euphrates area, and the Turkish Forces and their loyal factions are waiting at the border for the process of eliminating the Organization to end, in order for them to begin their military operation against the east of Euphrates area, and the areas that are controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces in Manbij and east of Euphrates.

Reliable sources informed the Syrian Observatory on Wednesday that reliable sources told the Syrian Observatory that the leadership of the Syria Democratic Forces; intends to terminate the presence of the Organization by the beginning of 2019 in the enclave of East Euphrates, to end the presence of the organization completely as a dominant force in the entire area of east Euphrates, and also to lose its last of its controlled areas within the populated towns and villages, also the sources informed the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the Turkish forces are waiting to the process of eliminating the “Islamic State” organization by the Syria Democratic Forces to end, in order to carry out their military operation which aims to control the areas that used to be controlled by the “Islamic State” organization, which in the past years used to be the most influential within the Syrian territory, and spread on the border between Syria and the Turkish side, from the countryside of Ras al-Ayn to the northern countryside of Aleppo, at several hundred kilometers of length, and the determination of Syria Democratic Forces to terminate the presence of the Organization comes with the start of the new year, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that military operation in the east part of Euphrates River in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor, has been escalating since the American decision to withdraw its military forces from the Syrian territory, on the 19th of December 2018, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored since that date until the 26th of the same month, that the Syria Democratic Forces escalated their offensive against the “Islamic State” Organization, which is still losing of its controlled areas and its last enclave in the east Euphrates is getting smaller, and the area is witnessing Turkish threats and a military operation that targets the east Euphrates, and the successive losses of the organization, resulted in the fleeing of thousands of citizens and the organization’s relatives of different nationalities, including the Russian, Somali, Filipino, Iraqi and other Asian and Maghreb nationalities.

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