Over 100 ISIS Members Killed in Clashes with Kurdish Fighters in Syria’s Raqqa
The predominately Kurdish 'Syrian Democratic Forces' (SDF) continued their attacks on ISIL's defense lines West and North-West of ISIL's self-proclaimed capital city of Raqqa, taking control over more lands and killing or wounding more than 100 militants
Alalam - Syria
The SDF continued the Euphrates Rage Operation Southwest of Ein Issa town and took full control over several villages, including Naseriyeh, Um Hajireh, Beir al-Dari, Talaj and Houran and seven farms near the villages, killing and wounding almost 40 ISIS (ISIL, IS, Daesh) members.
The SDF also seized a large volume of ISIL's equipment.
The Kurdish fighters also engaged in intense battle with ISIL in Northern side of al-Tabaqa dam and took full control over the village of Sweidiyeh, a main base of ISIL in that region.
At least 54 ISIL members were killed or wounded in the SDF's attack in Sweidiyeh.
The SDF also carried out mop-up operation in the newly-captured villages of Ja'abar al-Sharqi and Ja'abar al-Qarbi and discovered a number of ISIL's tunnels.
In relevant developments on Friday, the Kurdish fighters pushed ISIL back from Ja'abar citadel in the Southern direction of the villages of Ja'abar al-Sharqi and Ja'abar al-Qarbi, killing a number of terrorists after hours of non-stop battle.
Source: Al Alam News Network