Jan 13, 2019, 10:04 AM
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Over 15,000 quit ISIS enclaves in Syria

Tehran, Jan 13, IRNA – The Syrian Observatory of Human Rights announced Saturday that 15,400 have left ISIS enclaves in Deir ez-Zor, northeastern Syria.

People who have gotten out of the Daesh enclaves since early December 2018 were from Syria, Iraq, Russia, Somalia, the Philippines and other Asian nationalities, Syrian Observatory reported.

The human rights body added that about 13950 people, 750 of whom Daesh terrorists, have gotten out after US President Donald Trump's choice to withdraw from Syria on December 19, 2018.

Confirming the collapse of the terrorist group Daesh, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights noted that fled confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that ISIS cannot resist any more, depending on repelling the attacks, on the heavily-planted landmines, the booby trapped vehicles and the suicide bombers.

The Syrian human rights body earlier on Friday announced that over 600 people had fled from Daesh enclave in southeastern Deir ez-Zor.

Based on the reports, most of the people were Iraqi nationals and arrived in Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas.


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