After death and injury of nearly 25 ISIS members | Russian jets renew striking positions in the Syrian desert • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After death and injury of nearly 25 ISIS members | Russian jets renew striking positions in the Syrian desert

Russian fighter jets have renewed their intensive airstrikes on ISIS areas in the Syrian Desert, as three Russian fighter jets have executed several airstrikes this morning, targeting ISIS positions in Homs and al-Raqqah deserts. However, no casualties have been reported.

The new airstrikes come after the death and injury of nearly 25 members of ISIS by Russian jets.

Yesterday, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced that 8 ISIS members were killed and more than 15 others were wounded in airstrikes launched by Russian fighters in the Badia of Raqqa and Deir Ezzor.
The observatory reported, quoting its sources, (Friday), that the intense air strikes launched by Russian fighters during the past hours on the Syrian desert, caused the death of 8 members of the terrorist organization and more than 15 wounded, some of them in critical conditions.
He said that Russian warplanes have targeted, with more than 560 air raids, scattered sites that are believed to be hiding members of the organization since the beginning of November.

Since 24th of March 2019, SOHR has documented the killing of at least 1,597 regime soldiers and loyalists of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, including at least three Russians, and 153 Iranian-backed militiamen of non-Syrian nationalities. All were killed in attacks, bombings, and ambushes by the “Islamic State”, west of Euphrates in the deserts of Deir Ezzor, al-Raqqah, Homs, al-Suwaidaa, Hama, and Aleppo.
Also, four civilians working in gas fields, tens of shepherds, and other civilians were killed and documented by SOHR in the same period, from late March 2019 until today. They were killed in attacks by ISIS cells. While 1,089 ISIS members were also killed in attacks and bombardments in the same period.

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