US citizen who was fighting for ISIS surrenders in Syria

Posted September 17, 2017

Deir Ez-Zor was behind a tight blockade. "As it is demonstrated by this convoy, when access is provided, the UN can deliver and alleviate the suffering of all people in need across the country".

As of Monday, forces led by Russia and forces led by the U.S. were less than 10 miles from one another, Foreign Policy reported. According to Reuters, in March 2017, the ranks of the SDS consisted of at least 80 thousand soldiers.

Activists from the city said military reinforcements had arrived to the area including members of the Lebanese Hezbollah militia and Iranian Republican Guard forces, in addition to hundreds of fighters from the Palestinian Quds Brigade which is working for the first time far from the Aleppo area.

Therefore, probably, the SDS attracted to attack on ISIS in Deir ez-Zor part of the units, previously employed in the assault on Raqqa. He is part of SDS and is subject to their command.

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A U.S. citizen fighting for ISIS surrendered to American-backed forces in Syria this week, according to the Pentagon. Moreover, there are indications that other Islamist groups in the Philippines are linking up to aid allied groups in Malaysia. A neglected example, in western media at least, is the violence in the southern Philippines, especially the city of Marawi on the island of Mindanao.

Amid these urgent challenges is a host of lesser but still serious ones which may also have long-term implications. "Besides, there are some internal army proceedings that Shoigu needed to fix". "To be clear, the U.S. government does not support U.S. citizens traveling to Iraq or Syria to join the ongoing conflict".

Earlier, the SDS did not take active action simultaneously with government forces in the same area.

Two Russian submarines - Velikij Novgorod and Kolpino - launched seven Kalibr cruise missiles against ISIS positions south-east of Deir-ez-Zor in Syria, the Russian defense ministry reports. Talks have been underway to extend a formal demarcation line that has separated the campaigns, officials have said.

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The city of Deir ez-Zor, which has been cut off the rest of the government-held areas, was reached by the Syrian Army and its allies on September 5. And deposits are not only on the right Bank of the Euphrates, but on the left.

Turkey regards the YPG as the Syrian branch of the PKK.

There is a great deal of psychological warfare at work, with the battlefield shrouded in competing interests and with facts hard to discern through the smoke.

And the US-led coalition carried out its own airstrikes in Deir Ezzor, Wednesday, targeting ISIS fighters and vehicles.

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The contours of the defeat of the terrorist organizations in Syria emerges more clearly.