ISIS Withdraws from more Regions after Kurdish SDF Fighters Advance in Raqqa
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) continued to hit ISIS positions West of Ein Issa town, driving the terrorist group back from five more villages in the region.
The SDF advanced against ISIS near Tal al-Saman West of Ein Issa and drove ISIS out of the villages of Shali, Dahlan, Ariv and Arbu after hours of non-stop clashes and killing tens of militants.
The Kurdish fighters also advanced against ISIL near the villages of Qaderiyeh and Kardoshan and captured the village of Hanhoud in the Northern side of these two villages.
Kurdish sources said that the SDF had driven ISIL out of 110 villages in the course of the Euphrates Rage Operation in Raqqa province from November 5 to Tuesday.
The SDF in its latest statement announced that the Kurdish fighters took control of 110 villages, tens of farms and key hills in the Euphrates Rage Operation since November 5th, while ISIL suffered 277 casualties in the operation.
The SDF also advanced significantly against ISIS in the second phase of its Raqqa operation, FNA reported.
Source: Al Alam News Network