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ISIS commits massacre in village in Deir Ezzor, claiming the lives of nearly 300 civilians

(SANA) ~ Daesh (the so called ISIS, ISIL) mercenary-terrorists committed a massacre in al-Bghailiye village (in Deir Ezzor’s western countryside), claiming the lives of around 300 civilians, most of them women, children, and elderly people, local sources said to SANA reporters.

The Syrian government condemned the heinous crime, with Prime Minister Wael al-Halaqi saying that the legal and moral responsibility for this barbaric and cowardly massacre committed by ISIS hordes lies on the shoulders of all the states that support terrorism and that fund and armor Takfiri organizations which harbor hatred for all humanity.

The Premier said that terrorist organizations are committing massacres to make up for the recurring losses and defeats they suffer at the hands of the Syrian Arab Army, and that these terror organizations know that their days in Syria are numbered.

He said that such massacres will not dissuade Syrians from pursuing reconciliations and working to liberate the entirety of Syrian territories, offering condolences to the families of the victims.


Daesh Kills 280 People in Syrian Deir Ez-Zor – Witness

(SputnikNews) ~ Daesh militants killed 280 in Syria after Russian humanitarian aid delivery to the region.

The Islamic State (ISIL, or Daesh) murdered some 280 people in the Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor, where Russia had delivered a humanitarian aid earlier, local residents told Sputnik on Saturday.

“The horrific massacre carried out today by ISIL militants in al-Bagilya in Deir ez-Zor. 280 victims, including women, children and old people. Reason —cooperation with the Syrian Army—”, the local source said.

According to the local source, militants of the group outlawed in Russia continue the massacre, “killing whole families.”

Earlier it has been reported that the extremists had advanced into the northern tip of Deir ez-Zor.

SANA, Hazem Sabbagh
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