More units of the 5th Assault Corps of the Syrian Arab Army have deployed to the eastern bank of the Euphrates for battle against ISIS, the 5th Assault Corps’ ISIS Hunters media wing reported.
According to the released statement, ISIS Hunters members captured an ISIS radio station that allows to monitor ISIS communications in the area. The satement went further saying that negotiations that this allowed to confirm that ISIS is negotiating with some “side” also operating in the area, most likely the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
“Hunters themselves also conduct combat reconnaissance the ISIS controlled territory. The Commander Muhammad made two raids in the area of Dahla and Jadid bu Khair. We managed to capture IS radio station. It gave us an opportunity to intercept IS radio communications.
We heard how IS command deceives ordinary militants promising them victory and looting from Syria after the of negotiations with “FRIENDS”.
But days of ISIS are counted. Now it time to clear the Al Busayrah pocket completely before any of ISIS rats would leave it. Our reinforcements are ready to advance,” the statement reads.
The US-led coalition and its “partners” have repeatedly denied any deals with ISIS. In this case, it is not clear how to describe the widely-known developments in Manbij, Tabqah, Raqqah and now in the Omar oil fields area.
The ISIS Hunters also repelled an attack of ISIS militants near the village of Khusham on October 21.