Kurdish-Led Forces of Euphrates Rage Operation Advance towards Raqqa
The predominantly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) continued to advance against the ISIL to liberate Raqqa city and managed to take control of three villages.
The Kurdish forces engaged in clashes with the ISIL terrorists in Abu Khashab region, and gained control of Moshirefeh al-Shahanat, al-Qasaneh and Farsat Abu Ismail in Eastern Raqqa.
Meantime, the SDF forces besieged one of the most important ISIS bases in al-Karameh town.
Also, on the third day of the military operations to liberate al-Tabaqa dam (Euphrates dam), the SDF continued advances and won control of a large area of lands.
According to local sources, they are now advancing towards al-Tabaqa town and the Euphrates dam from the South-West and North-East.
Prior to the victory, the SDF engaged in fierce clashes with the ISIL and managed to take control of several regions near al-Tabaqa dam.
The SDF forces gained control of Abu Harireh, al-Moshirefeh, al-Karin and al-Mahmiyeh villages after fierce clashes with the ISIL terrorists and cut off the Raqqa-Aleppo road with the aim of seizing control over al-Tabaqa dam.
They also won control over al-Jadida and Mokhit villages, 33km East of Raqqa, after heavy fighting with the ISIL and killing tens of them.
The Euphrates Rage Operation forces had also on Saturday managed to take control of several regions East of the terrorist group's self-proclaimed capital, Raqqa.
The SDF forces seized control of Abu Khashab train station in the Northern parts of al-Karameh town in Eastern Raqqa after heavy clashes with the terrorists, FNA reported.
Source: Al-Alam News Network