ISIS militants disperse after Russian offensive

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Members of the terrorist group seem to have fled to remote access areas in Syrian territory.

ISIS militants disperse after Russian offensive

Since the Russian offensive started on September the 30th, the affected Islamic State targets are increasing every time more. As it has been reported, the extremists have stopped building big infrastructure to move to remote areas and small towns as a proof of the effectiveness of the new offensive against them.

The biggest losses for the jihadi organization are in the provinces of Idlib, Alepo, Homs and Latakia, that’s why many of the militants are trying to reach Turkish territory now.

According to allegations of Russian officials in charge of this campaign, lots of militants are demoralized and willing to abandon the terrorist group, not only due to the sharp Russian attacks, but also for the regnant lack of satisfaction with their commandants and leaders.

Written by Lisbeth Mechter

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