heavy fighting has been raging for six weeks around the Baghuz and other communities along the river Eufrats the western shore. ICE, or Da'esh as jihadiströrelsen called in the Middle east, has not been able to provide their where surrounded the warrior with the ammunition then in the fall.
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The segerbulletiner now be issued shall, however, be taken with a pinch of salt. ICE units surrenders, but does not change it's shape and seeking protection in anticipation of the next opportunity.
have described how the conspirators, at the right moment shave off their beards, change their turbans against other headgear and are biding their time. Thousands of ICE warriors have been killed since 2014, but tens of thousands have just changed the address.
Russia, Turkey, Iran and the syrian regime are vying to take the credit for themselves for the victory over the ICE. However, the truth is that they are all done little or nothing during the fight against Abu Bakr al-Baghdadis ”caliphate”.
It is the syrian rebels in the SDF and in particular its kurdish warrior who almost personally pushed the ICE from Syria, with the help of the U.S. air force and the iraqi riksarmén.
The syrian kurds may not, however, take a breather. the al-Assad regime in Damascus, which allowed them to act freely so long as they cut into the ICE, has recently demanded that the kurds surrender their fields to the syrian riksarmén.
do they Do it, the promises of Bashar al-Assad, he shall protect them against the Turkish forces in northern Syria. The kurds are hesitant, they do not yet know if the united states really going to abandon them, like Donald Trump want to, or continue to act in Syria, as the u.s. leaders and diplomats want to.
during the civil war transformed their parts of northern Syria to a state-like entity, which they call Rojava. al-Assad can not accept any kurdish separatism, but he doesn't want the Turkish regime will realize their plans to settle ”their” Arabic syrian refugees in the border areas where the Turkey ran away the kurdish civil.
al-Assad is hoping that international pressure will force away the turks from Syria, but president Tayyip Erdogan's forces are in Syria more by internal reasons than by the military, and he will hardly pull out of the game empty-handed.
IS leaving is welcome, but the Turkish-iraqi-syrian border area, also without the jihadists, remains a konflikthärd.
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