Waiting for the remaining leaders and ISIS members to surrender, US Forces continue to search for internationally wanted persons as clashes stop at the east of Euphrates
Deir Ezzor Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored that the hostilities are still topped in the east of Euphrates area, in the vicinity of what is left for the “Islamic State” Organization at the east bank of Euphrates River, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored that the clashes are still stopped as a result of the continuation of negotiations about the departure of the remaining leaders and members from the area, and handing themselves over to the Syria Democratic Forces and the International Coalition Forces and the US Forces present in the area, also reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the recently arrived US forces are still looking for members and wanted leaders of the Organization, where the US Special Forces who recently arrived in the east of Euphrates are looking for wanted leaders and members, and the leader of the “Islamic State” Organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi if he is still alive or not, and the Syrian Observatory published within the last 24 hours that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information from several reliable sources, that members of the American forces who recently arrived in a force of about 700 members of the US Special Forces, are searching for wanted among the people who are getting out of the enclave of the “Islamic State” last at the east bank of Euphrates River, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: part of the forces went to the fronts close to the last enclave of the Organization east of Euphrates, where these forces carry pictures of wanted; searching and investigating about them among the people who are getting out of the Organization’s enclave, also the reliable sources confirmed that in conjunction with this search by the US Forces who recently arrived in the east of Euphrates; the search for leaders of the first rank of the Organization is also underway, where they are trying to collect information about Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the organization, if he is still alive, and the Syrian Observatory was learned that the remaining leaders in the enclave left for ISIS are refusing to get out because they are afraid to be arrested by the US Forces or their country’s intelligence, and fearing to face a life sentence if they were arrested.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also monitored the decrease in frequency of the military operations within the east Euphrates area, against the last enclave of the “Islamic State” Organization, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that this comes in conjunction with preparations to get more of the remaining people who are stranded in ISIS enclave near the east bank of the river, coincided with the continuation of negotiations between the Syria Democratic Forces supported by the International Coalition, and between leaders and members of the “Islamic State” Organization, to reach a consensus about the fate of the enclave and the fate of the remaining military commanders and members of different nationalities, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the Organization is trying to find a new escape for its members, but the Syria Democratic Forces and the International Coalition are not accepting the proposals made by the Organization about its survival.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published earlier that the Syrian Observatory learned that the about 700 American soldiers who entered Syrian territory on the 23rd and 24th of January 2019 did not reach the east Euphrates area as they claimed to secure the withdrawal of the US Forces from the Syrian territory, where the Syrian Observatory’s reliable sources confirmed that the soldiers were of the Special Forces who arrived to arrest the first-ranks leaders of the “Islamic State” organization including Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Organization -if he was alive-, where US Forces is transferring those who surrender to the US bases, amid uncertainty as to those who surrender themselves are still within the Syrian territory or being transferred to other regional areas to investigate them and obtain the largest amount of the most important information.
The Syrian Observatory published on the 24th of January 2018 that Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that at least 250 trucks of the International Coalition, loaded with weapons, ammunition and logistic equipment, have entered the Syrian territory today, Thursday, where they were distributed to the International Coalition’s bases in Ayn Al-Arab (Kobani), Ayn Al-Arab’s airport, Ayn Issa, Al-Raqqah, Tal Tamr and others in the provinces of Aleppo, Al-Raqqah and Al-Hasakah, in the same context, reliable sources informed the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, that hundreds of members of the US forces have entered the Syrian territory.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published this morning that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from several private sources that the Syria Democratic Forces have managed to remove and transfer more families of ISIS members, and of who remained in what is left for the Organization on the east bank of Euphrates River, where the Syrian Observatory monitored getting out about 150 people in the last hours of Russian and Uzbek nationalities, to areas of controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces aboard of several vehicles, and most of them are children and women, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights recorded a video showing a Swiss girl of An Algerian origin talking about getting out of Algeria to Turkey via Europe, and arriving in Idlib then Hama and moving with her family to the countryside of Deir Ezzor and the “Islamic State” organization’s-controlled areas, raising to 36400 persons whose exit has been documented by the Syrian Observatory since the 1st of December 2018 until today, the 30th of January 2019, of different nationalities of Syria, Iraq Russia, Somalia, Philippine and other Asian nationalities, and more than 34350 of them have gotten out after the decision of the American president Trump to withdraw from Syria on the 19th of December 2018, including about 3370 members of the organization of those who infiltrated within the displaced people, and they were arrested after the residents recognized them and reported the security services about their infiltration, and the other group surrendered themselves after they managed to get out of ISIS last enclave.