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After fierce fighting with the Syrian Arab Army in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor, Daesh (ISIS, ISIL, IS) mercenary-terrorist commander Abu Omar al-Zobeidi escaped towards the areas led by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS).

At the moment, there have been no any new reports on the fate of the terrorist, but considering that al-Zobedi’s escape was clearly planned.

We remind that later the Syrian government forces completely pushed Daesh back from the town of Khusham in the Eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

U.S. continues to train mercenary-terrorists at At-Tanf

According to a source (of Inside Syria Media Center), mercenary-terrorists from Jaish Magavir al-Thawra get to the Rukban Refugee Camp at Syria-Jordan border along with Syrian refugees.

It is reported that then the militants leave the camp and get straight to the U.S. military base of At-Tanf for further training.

It is likely that the United States has forgotten what playing with terrorists can lead to, and once again try to create a force opposing legitimate authority in Syria.

According to the estimates, today there are more than 80,000 refugees in Rukban. It is also worth noting that the Americans do not allow humanitarian convoys to the camp either from the Syrian government or from Jordan and the UN.

Inside Syria Media Center
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