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Sunday, June 18, 2017

ISIS update 6/18/2017...Turkey prepares to attack Syrian Kurds as they battle Daesh

Turkey prepares to attack Syrian Kurds as they battle Daesh

In Syria's Raqa, anti-IS fighters advance at night

SDF fighters take down a 6th ISIS drone in Raqqa City

The Syrian Arab Army's Tiger Forces keeps rolling in Western Raqqah as the so-called Islamic State falls apart... The Isis is in serious trouble as the Syrian Army closes on the strategic Town of Resafa... Earlier today, the Syrian Arab Army's Tiger Forces, liberated at least 14 sites in Western Raqqah inching them closer to the Resafa Junction, and its nearby Town... The Syrian Army liberated the following sites:. Madafah Awijan, Al-Bukhmis, Bir Al-Sidran, Rajm Al-Hawrah, Akho Hadlah, Hajj Mafdi, Bir Al-Adad, Bir Adu Al-Sinabil, Bir Al-Amalah, Tal Rajm Al-Amalah, Masaken Al-Thawrah, Bir Al-Ja'ef, Bir Moussa Al-Mohandes, and Bir Abu Hamat... The Syrian Arab Army's advance East towards Resafa, also leaves the latter within 125 k.m² if Deir ez zor city, which is closer than their forces pushing from Palmyra... This latest advance by the Syrian Army also comes at the same time the U.S-Backed Syrian Democratic Forces storm Raqqah city...

Syrian army resumes anti-ISIS operation in western Raqqa

Russian Ministry of Defence announced that Daesh/ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi has been reportedly killed in a Russian-led airstrike on Raqqa, on 29 May 2017. If it is confirmed, how important is the killing of Baghdadi? Is this the beginning of the end for the terror group?

Syrian army announces 48-hour ceasefire in Dara'a

Liwa al-Quds in the Al-Salamiyah area...
The ground phase of the offensive...

Iraq army launches assault on Mosul Old City

Air raid kills 15 terrorists in al-Shifa district in Iraq

ISIL prevents civilians from fleeing Mosul's Old City

ISIS holding 100,000 civilians as 'human shields' in Mosul, UN says

Number of civilians killed in US strikes in Iraq much higher than admitted by Washington – UN

ISIL Members Live in Fear after Reports on Death of Al-Baghdadi, Syrian Army's Huge Advances

ISIL members live in fear and anxiety after they heard news about the Syrian army's intensified operations in Deir Ezzur, Hama, Homs and Raqqa as well as reports that the terrorist group's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed in an airstrike in Raqqa.

Local sources in Deir Ezzur reported that a number of ISIL commanders have fled their bases in the province after hearing reports about the Syrian army's advances and the death of their ringleader.

Meantime, an analyst said that the ISIL project to transfer its capital from Raqqa to Deir Ezzur has failed given the terrorist group's heavy defeats in Raqqa, Hama, Homs and Deir Ezzur.

He added that the report on the death of al-Baghdadi - correct or incorrect - is a very heavy blow to the terrorist group and will leave negative impacts on ISIL militants.

Noting that after killing of a leader, the command structure of a formation will collapse too, the analyst predicted that the trend of ISIL's annihilation will be accelerated given the pressure that the terrorist group is bearing in Syria and Iraq.

Meantime, reports said that a number of ISIL commanders who sought to defect the terrorist group were arrested and executed by the ISIL security forces, while the operations to assassinate senior ISIL commanders have also increased.

The Russian Defense Ministry reported Friday that ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may have been killed as a result of a Russian airstrike South of Raqqa in late May.
The Daesh leader may have been alongside other leaders of the extremist group and 330 terrorists killed in the air raid.

"As a result of the Su-35 and Su-34 airstrikes, high-ranking commanders of the terrorist groups who were part of the so-called IS [Daesh] military council, as well as about 30 mid-level field commanders and up to 300 militants of their personal security, have been killed," the ministry said in a statement.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim al-Badri), also known as Abu Dua, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra in Iraq.

According to media reports, al-Baghdadi was brought up in a religious family. His relatives were famous preachers and specialists of the Arabic language, rhetoric and logic. He received a PhD in Islamic law from the University of Baghdad.

Al-Baghdadi was proclaimed the caliph of Daesh, a "caliphate" created on the territories Daesh managed to seize in Syria and Iraq in late June 2014.

Reports of al-Baghdadi’s death repeatedly appear in the world media. His death was reported in November 2014, April 2015, June, October and December 2016 and January 2017.


ISIL Disintegrates in Deir Ezzur Following Intensification of Military Operations by Syrian Army, Allies

ISIL Members Live in Fear after Reports on Death of Al-Baghdadi, Syrian Army's Huge Advances

Syrian Army Dispatches Hundreds of Reinforcement Troops, Military Equipment to Hama

Long Military Convoys of ISIL Destroyed in Syrian, Russian Air Attack in Deir Ezzur, Homs

US' Improper Aerial Backup Slowing Down SDF's Military Operations in Raqqa

Russian Commander: US Preventing End of War in Syria

Syrian Army Regains Control of Several Areas in Eastern Hama

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