SDF Reaches Eastern Bank Of Euphrates River North Of Deir Ezzor. US Airstrikes Reportedly Kill 120 Civilians In Refugee Camp


Late on Thursday, the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) captured Al-Husseiniyeh town along the eastern bank of the Euphrates river north of Deir Ezzor city.

With this advance ISIS was fully besieged in the  area along the Euphrates River between the southern Raqqa countryside and the northwestern Deir Ezzor countryside.

SDF Reaches Eastern Bank Of Euphrates River North Of Deir Ezzor. US Airstrikes Reportedly Kill 120 Civilians In Refugee Camp

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The SDF will likely continue its advance northwest and southeast of Deir Ezzor city along the eastern bank of the river. Pro-government sources believe that no less than 1000 will-armed ISIS fighters are now trapped in the created Euphrates Valley pocket.

Meanwhile, the ISIS-linked news agency Amaq claimed that 120 civilians including 100 child were killed in an airstrike by the US-led collation on a refugee camp near the village of Jadid A’akidat in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside. Amaq claims are yet to be confirmed by any other side.

Amaq also claimed that ISIS fighters destroyed two vehicles of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) east of al-Taim oil field southwest of Deir Ezzor city.



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  • MD Ranix

    us led coalition are murderers … killing civilians intentionally

  • Bru

    They butcher and murder the native civilians to steal their land, they have often been practicing ethnic cleansing since they invaded North- East Syria , and last century, when they butchered all christians during the Armenian genocide to steal their land.

    • Ice Icegold

      What do you mean by “and last century, when they butchered all christians during the Armenian genocide to steal their land” ? Are you talking about the civil war there ? Tell as more please.

      • Ivanus59

        I believe he is practicing the new tactic of Turks to blame the genocide on Kurds instead of denying it, because denying it isn’t working out so far.
        It’s kinda like what the Americans are always doing when they talk how every new enemy they face is the worst enemy that ever existed and every new enemy USA faces is supposedly worse then Hitler – well that up there that you read is just an anti-Kurdish version of the same.
        Obviously the SDF are cowards and mercenary scum, but that doesn’t mean we need to fabricate history…

        • Wahid Algiers

          Worse than Hitler? The worst were others: Stalin, Pol Pot und nowadays US state terrorists including Britain as their willing partner and Israel as their demanding boss.

          • EmilyEnso

            And neither Stalin or Pol Pot were Russian.
            Stalin was one of their favoured.

          • Florian N

            The worse is alway the enemy and this is not only the US doing, this does every other nation aswell. Because you can not create an enemy by saying he does some maginal bad stuff.
            Why is it important to be russian? Stalin was leader of the CCCP.
            Pol Pot and Stalin both were dictators and commited big crimes. US were imperialistic like every other nation aswell but at least they were democratic.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Stalin was a bolshevik along with Lenin , Trotsky,Zinoviev,Kamenov, Sokolnikov, Bubnov called the Politburo, they ordered the deaths and executions of many opponents including the Romanov family. The politburo kept it mainly from within Jewish oligarchs and their trusted circle, representation was never really fair, what do you expect of those who want to cling to power.

          • Florian N

            “The politburo kept it mainly from within Jewish oligarchs and their trusted circle” what is this sentence about?

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Sorry I didn’t explain it properly they drew on those who lived in Moscow and they interacted with, to maintain the control over the peasants as they are viewed as too stupid and don’t know any better.

          • Florian N

            But isn’t this what everybody does? Everyone saves the high spots in the industry and the bureaucracy because these guys are experts on their level. If it’s factions in a civil war or factions in a war between two nations. Only if these guys would have been totally against the winning sides ideology. (And people can say what they want but CCCP wasn’t communistic or even socialistic)
            And jews where in history(modern history, so kinda the time they were still hated but industrialisation had already begun) in high positions because they were needed to do jobs connected with money and most time had a quite good education because of their traditions.
            I would just say that is a normal way politics work. In the past, now and probably in the future as well.
            So what is your thinking about this?

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            This wasn’t the case considering they were more about pushing their own agendas and barely even competent to lead the revolution. Most of whom you would think captain of industries are ones who are no longer innovators but those who use old ideas. Many of them are much like the US Elite who feel they should be running the country as they see fit , sounds like a US version of an Oligarch system, like the Politburo. The level of corruption and how they make their money shouldn’t surprise anyone. The Industrial revolution started in the 1650s so to say they were even there is a blending of fact and fiction and blurring their actual roles even in today’s world .

            Many of the innovators developed what they used since they controlled the banking in the 1900’s which had brought massive debt to countries to pay for their monetary achievements. This isn’t being innovative you would find most of the innovations in the past 50 years came from Persians and Non Jews and they say this was the most advancing done in any time period before that.

            Banking seems there only claim to fame and even they stole that from the Christian Templars. The Russians eventually got rid of the Jewish bank robbers maybe the rest of the world will also. Then watch the Jewish wealth dissipate into nothingness, times change and they never have .

          • Florian N

            To your first paragraph
            “Most of whom you would think captain of industries are ones who are no longer innovators but those who use old ideas” — Sure but that’s how it has always been. Even before Jewish religion was created. It is like the feudal succession system. example: There has been one great king conquering everything and the sons mostly just try to hold this kingdom together legitimised by the fathers’ great victories.
            If we look at the industry of US and Russia we have not many differences. Both are corrupt and have oligarchs, but that’s not because of the jews. Russia only has that fewer jews because CCCP was a none religious state so why would a religious guy flee to that country if he could also move to a state of free religion like the US?
            The banking system was already important before the industrial revolution just not as much as nowadays and the Christians said Interest and similar expenses are bad so the Jews were only allowed to do that.
            To your second paragraph
            Noone in the world has found a state system that works without debt and loans. Even the regions in the world without Jews and in times before jews there have been states in debt. Being in debt is not a problem of the monetary system or the jews, it’s about bad politicians/ autocrats who do not know how to spend the money well.

            I do not get the part with the Persian inventions and the 1900s

            To your 3 paragraph
            True banking system claims the fame but that’s also because it is the system that survived longest. Other system had to be renewed, not so the banking system.
            Russians have the same corrupt system as every other nation got and they have also been imperialistic and good and bad in history like every other nation so I do not get the point…
            Why should I trust a Russian oil group more than a US one? Both want my oil and want to pay me less than I could get if I sell it myself. The only thing both can give me is pre investments for the oil infrastructure but by doing this they are both same bad.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Stalin was from Georgia and his name means son of Jew it is how it’s translated many have names that were part of the Jewish registry.

          • EmilyEnso

            I knew he was Georgian but didn’t know the meaning in his name.
            He certainly fitted in well with the Bolsheviks then.
            No wonder he was communist and held such contempt for the Russian people.
            The mass murder.

          • Graeme Rymill

            Chairman Mao belongs on the list too….

          • Ivanus59

            Hitler isn’t even a secondary topic over here. But you being a nazi-favoring person you just instantly ran in here to defend your master :P I just mentioned him as a figure of speech of how Americans like to demonize their enemies (one of which was Stalin so that is why are fed propaganda to think he is so evilous, because in that case American and nazi lies are aligned together) with bullshit comments.

      • George King
      • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

        The Kurds have had no problems of committing massacres even in the 1800’s and as these were things they were already doing, it just was continuation of these actions as they were always racist towards Arabs ,Persians,Turks and Christians in general. These types of activities still continue today as they say Allah has chosen them to cleanse the unbelievers from their newly proclaimed lands as Allah has promised this. How come you have never heard of this story before it is rather an old used to justify genocide and mass murder.

      • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

        Still being the Hasbara Troll Ice Icegold you still seem pathetic in your false sincerity as always trying to troll. What a dishonest and sarcastic troll you are , do they pay you enough at Herzilya. There was no civil war just outright massacres of civilians as a preemptive strikes of possible civil wars, which ended up causing them.

    • Ivanus59

      I guess the Turks now decided that – since denying the existence of the Armenian genocide isn’t working out as they liked, that they should instead just blame it on the Kurds. :P

  • Florian N

    IS is now a reliable source?

    • Graeme Rymill

      SouthFront, to its credit, often reports IS claims. This reporting in no way represents a SouthFront endorsement of IS claims. SouthFront assumes we are adults and can assess the truth or otherwise of IS claims for ourselves.

    • SF tries to avoid releasing graphic content. You can find a video with children allegedly suffered from the US bombing here: However, the number still has to be confirmed.

      • Florian N

        Thank you.

        • Dustil schmit

          It might be one of ISIS child training jihadist centers which is still sad.

  • Rodger

    No worries US, it will quickly be turned into an Assad attack with chemical weapons by the media.

  • Rob

    West want to keep Middle East destabilized and away from development. The brutal massacre of Palestinians, Syrians, Iraqis, Afghanis etc are due to wrong policies of West.

  • hvaiallverden

    Only an fool/idiot refuses to learn about your “opponents” to me, this shows an level of ignorance that makes propaganda so much easier than you think, the reason for denying the truth, look at those children and women caught in an cauldron, but I place 99% of the guilt on the west.
    The facts are, this people are and is been encouraged to go down to fight the Dick Assad, yeah, years ago, we had a lot of this articles in our MSM have you drooling idiots forgotten it already, how CONvinisng, or are you just that bloody stupid.
    This so called terror attacks where it turns out the Gov, knew this people, because the same Gov. is using them to squish our security upward to kingdom comes, yeah, how, ugh….. “smart”.

    ISIS is an result of the west, made by the west, founded and armed by the west, another thing that makes my head spin is the situation in Myanmar, to the claim the Muslims is the problem is turning everything on its head, this people have been an pariah cast for century’s, and the timing tells me that Western forces is and have high jacked the problem, and the idiots in Myanmar walks straight into the clap trap of western “color revolutions”.
    But to use that as an reason for demonizing the Rohignias is beyond reason, this is deliberate hate, and all to demonizes Islam, and that ISIS is saying something confirms my initial suspicion about this “events”, but I dont like the way the poor peoples genuine history is been berried.

    By both sides, incl the alternative ones jumped on this in an instant, and do watch RT, witch is and was hyped like Al_jazzzzz was, to use an reverse physiological narrative/tool witch I ges you dont understand why I use that word, because when RT is then hyped as an “alternative” I know they will have an change, just watch, RT is after all, an “friend of Israel”, and will slowly trun to be more obvious, but again, more people will be fooled because now RT isnt anything but the “truth”.
    Nice one and I dont bother to go there anymore, I may return to Al-Jazz, since something have made them morph back to old times when they were really, good.
    Tsk, tsk, fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.
    I find it increasingly more difficult to trust anyone this days, to me their “agendas” are increasingly more obvious, for an common man it will be more difficult to maneuver and to trust.
    Trust, but verify.


    • Charlie rad

      ISIS was created By CIA , Qatar, Saudis, UAE, Kuwait, & Turkey. They all were to divide Syria & it’s new found Oil wealth. & run pipelines to Europe to also crush Russian business to EU

  • Graeme Rymill

    Is the SAA intending to cross the Euphrates or not? Are the Turks going to attack Afrin or not? Will the Iraqi Kurd referendum go ahead or not? If the referendum goes ahead will the Iraqi Government go to war on the Iraqi Kurds or not?

    Uncertain times in Syria and Iraq