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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 4800 ISIS members have gotten out within about 67 days since Trump’s decision to withdraw out of more than 44 thousand who left the east of Euphrates

Deir Ezzor Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that preparations are taking place to transport more than 3000 remaining civilians and families of members of the “Islamic State” Organization as well as its members, who are still in farms located between al-Baghuz area and the east banks of Euphrates River in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, where it is expected in the coming hours for a new batch of people to be transported to al-Hool camp in the southeastern countryside of Al-Hasakah, sorting the Organization’s members, and transferring them to camps and detention centers of the Syria Democratic Forces, where the Syrian Observatory document the exit of about 46050 people 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 44050 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 4800 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 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information from a number of reliable sources reporting that hundreds of members of the “Islamic State” organization have left aboard tens of trucks in a new batch, where the reliable sources confirmed to the SOHR that more than 2100 persons have left the farms that are still under the control of the remaining members of the organization, while the total number of those who got out today, Friday the 22nd of February 2019, included about 70 members of the organization of different nationalities who left towards the controlled areas of the Syria Democratic Forces, and it is expected that more persons will be evacuated soon, where reliable sources confirmed that between 3000 and 3500 persons are still present within ISIS enclave, of citizens, families of ISIS members, members and commanders, amid anticipation for their exit and the end of the presence of the organization completely, also The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that preparations are taking place to transfer a new and large batch of the remaining people in the “Islamic State” Organization’s enclave in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, where the Syrian Observatory learned that about 35 trucks entered an area near farms east of Euphrates, in which the remaining civilians, fighters, families of members, and leaders are present, where it is expected that the entire or most of the remaining civilians and families of ISIS members in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, in addition to those who want to exit from the Organization’s enclave, coincided with the arrival of tens of fighters of the Sotoro Forces coming from al-Hasakah; and other forces coming from Manbij, but it is not known whether these forces are coming to celebrate the victory over the Organization and expelling it completely after the completion of the exit process, or if they will participate in a military operation against the remaining members who are still refusing to surrender until now, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a new exit process for hundreds of people remaining in farms under the control of the remaining ISIS members and leaders in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, between the east bank of Euphrates River and al-Baghuz area, and the Syrian Observatory learned that more than 800 civilians and families of members have gotten out of the area towards the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas, to be transferred to al-Hool camps in the southeastern countryside of Hasaka, and among them there are 50 members of the Organization.

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