The commander-in-chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Kubani, announced the imminent and expected end of the military presence of the Da’id organization within one month at the latest, as the battles in eastern Syria are nearing an end. The following report and details
Calling for its final breath … So the Syrian Democratic Forces said to the media, stressing that during the next month will be officially announced the end of the military presence on the ground for the organization,
The announcement was made by the Commander-in-Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, stressing that the period of the month “maximum” includes access to the Iraqi border and clearance and the area of mines and the pursuit of hidden cells,
Since its establishment, Syria’s democratic forces have fought major battles against the organization and expelled it from large areas in northern and eastern Syria.
On September 10, the last fighting was launched to expel the organization from its last pocket in eastern Syria near the Iraqi border, and its occupation is now submerged in two villages witnessing the last of these battles.
The launching of a new strategy from Syria’s democratic forces will include fighting the organization of sleeper cells everywhere and recruiting people again in a hidden manner, relying in particular on security and intelligence organizations and developing special forces to hunt down those cells.