In the Last 24 Hours: Over 40,000 ISIL Terrorists, Families Moved Out of Syria’s Deir Ezzur by US Army

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.

Deir Ezzur

The US Army troops have helped tens of thousands of ISIL terrorists and their families to get out of Eastern Euphrates, pro-militant media reports said.

“A sum of 46,000 ISIL terrorists and their families have left Eastern Euphrates,”sources reported, adding that the US is about to declare ending mop-up operations in Eastern Euphrates. About 35 trucks have arrived in farms of Eastern Euphrates to move out the remaining ISIL terrorists, commanders and their families from the region.

“Over 2,100 militants, including 70 ISIL terrorists who bear different nationalities, have left Eastern Euphrates in tens of trucks,” the source added.

In the Past 24 Hours: 2,000 ISIL Terrorists, Families Transferred on US-Led Coalition Trucks

The source also pointed to the presence of about 3,000 to 3,500 commanders, terrorists and their families in the region, and said they will be relocated soon.

“A sum of 45,900 ISIL militants from different nations have been moved out of the region,” it added.

The US forces and their allied militants will soon declare that the Eastern Euphrates has been cleansed of terrorists.

US Rescues Senior ISIL Commander in Heliborne Operation in Southeastern Deir Ezzur


The US Army dispatched another military convoy of modern military equipment to its allied militants in Raqqa and Aleppo provinces.

“New military equipment comprising weapons, ammunition, armored vehicles and logistical supports arrived in Syria from Iraq through Simalka passage,” XBER 24 news website reported.

The website further said that the military equipment was headed for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Ain Issa in Northern Raqqa and Kabani in Northern Aleppo.

It went on to say that the US military convoy arrived only several hours after Washington said that it will keep between 200-400 troops in Syria.

Meantime, a high-ranking US military official also declared that 200 US troops will be kept in areas under their control in al-Tanf and 200 others in a safe region in Northeastern Syria.


The Syrian Army discovered hundreds of dead bodies of the people who had been massacred by the ISIL terrorist group in a large mass grave in the Southern part of the city of Raqqa, media reports said.

The large mass grave has been found in al-Fakhikheh region in Southern Raqqa and it contain over 3,500 corpses, the Arabic-language Arabic-21 news website reported.

It noted that the mass grave contains the bodies of the oldest and biggest of ISIL’s victims discovered so far as many graves are incorporated in it.

A sum of eight mass graves have been discovered in the surrounding areas of Raqqa City so far and over 900 corpses were found in one of them discovered in Panorama.

Mass Grave of 3,500 People Found Outside Raqqa

Iraqi sources revealed that the US wants to occupy the Western parts of the country with the help of the ISIL terrorists after transferring them from Eastern Syria to its bases in the region.

Mohammad al-Baldawi, the representative of al-Bana coalition in the Iraqi parliament, told the Arabic-language al-Ma’aloumeh news website that the US forces have transferred all terrorists and their family members, who have recently surrendered at the Syrian borders, to the US bases in Iraq.

He referred to collaboration between the US and the ISIL terrorists, and warned that the terrorist group will be reorganized for operations against Iraq’s security.

Meantime, Qusai al-Anbari, the head of Badr organization’s office, said that the ISIL militants have been sheltered in the US military bases and the desert areas near these bases, adding that all terrorist operations in al-Anbar are conducted with Americans’ direct supervision.

He added that the US forces stationed in al-Anbar want to pave the ground for the ISIL to occupy certain cities and areas in the region.

In relevant remarks earlier this month, Iraq’s security experts disclosed that the US Army was training ISIL terrorists in Al-Anbar province after relocating them from Syria to Iraq to prepare them for creating insecurity in the country.

“The US Army troops are preparing and training the ISIL militants in al-Qadaf and Wadi al-Houran regions of Al-Anbar province with the aim of carrying out terrorist attacks and restarting insecurity in Iraq,” al-Ma’aloumeh quoted Kazim al-Haaj, an Iraqi security expert, as saying.

He noted that according to the intel obtained from Iraqi security forces in Al-Anbar province, the US had transferred the ISIL terrorists on Apache and Chinook helicopters to Iraq.

Pointing to the occupation of several regions in Western Iraq, including Wadi al-Houran and al-Qadaf, al-Haaj reiterated that the US Army was using this opportunity to deploy the ISIL terrorists after training them in areas where it plans to make hot.

Syrian Army Sends New Military Convoys to Northern Syria to Launch Imminent Operation

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Army dispatched fresh troops and military equipment to Hama and Idlib provinces to conduct operations against the terrorists in response to their attacks on safe regions in the Northern part of the country, media reports said.

Large military convoys comprising hundreds of Syrian Army troops together with a large number of trucks carrying different kinds of military convoys have been sent to the army’s military bases in Idlib province, the Arabic-language Al-Watan newspaper reported.

It noted that the Syrian Army’s military convoys arrived in Northern Syria as government troops are preparing to conduct a vast operation against the terrorists in the region.

The report came as the terrorists stationed in Southern Idlib targeted and hit Mahradeh power plant and the village of al-Safsafieh in Northern Hama and the town of Jourin in Northwestern Hama, causing heavy financial losses on the power plant.

The daily reported that the Syrian Army also responded to the terrorists by pounding the movements and positions of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front).

The Syrian Army’s artillery units heavily pounded Tahrir al-Sham’s military positions and movements in the surrounding areas of Ma’arkabeh, al-Latamanieh, Kafar Zeita and Mourek in Northern Hama and Ma’arat al-Numan in Southern Idlib, destroying several positions of terrorists and inflicting heavy losses and casualties on them.

In a relevant development on Friday, the Syrian Army’s artillery units and Russian warplanes heavily pounded the terrorists’ positions in Hama and Idlib provinces in response to their attacks on residential places in the countryside of Lattakia.

“Over the past two years the terrorist groups have targetted and hit the towns of Najieh and Badama as well as the heights in the surrounding areas of Kabani in the countryside of Idlib and Lattakia and some villages in Northeastern Lattakia with Grad missiles with a range of 50 kilometers,” the Arabic-language service of Russian Sputnik news agency quoted a Syrian Army official as saying.

The source said that the Syrian Army’s artillery and missile units pounded the terrorists’ missile positions in Marj Khoukheh and Rabia while Russian fighter jets also bombed the terrorists’ movements.

He also said that the Russian warplanes also destroyed several underground targets of the terrorists in Northern Syria.

The Turkistani Party terrorists, meantime, have increased their movements in Jisr al-Shoghour region in Southwestern Idlib by sending missile equipment to contact lines with the Syrian Army. A sum of 18,000 Turkistani terrorists are in Jisr al-Shoghour.

The Syrian Army’s artillery units also heavily pounded the military positions and movements of Tahrir al-Sham (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) terrorists in al-Arbaeen al-Ziara, Qabr Faza, al-Sharia to East of Sahl al-Ghab in North and Northwestern Hama, killing a number of terrorists, including their commander Abu Omar al-Kordi.