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Up To 250 ISIS Members Were Killed In Hajin Area During Last Few Days: Pro-SDF Sources

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Up to 250 ISIS members were eliminated in clashes with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the area of Hajin in eastern Syria during the past few days, according to pro-SDF sources. According to reports, the town of Hajin is now in the hands of the SDF. However, clashes in the vicinity of Hajin is still ongoing.

Up To 250 ISIS Members Were Killed In Hajin Area During Last Few Days: Pro-SDF Sources

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  • R Trojson

    250 is a good start. Now if only the Russian coalition would fight ISIS. Unfortunately ISIS has become part of the Russian coalition. Joining the Russian coalition did get al Safa ISIS resupplies and let go when they were completely surrounded for almost a year.

    Since Turkey continues to be the main ISIS supporter it begs the big question. Is Turkey part of the Russian coalition?

  • Ronald

    Is that a new US base,” Al Zquf”, or did I miss that memo ? Must be time for a “Al Bawah” base just east of it.

    • Jens Holm

      A guess would be those are the Semi-FSAs.

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    249 killed by airstrikes, 1 who accidentally shot himself, 150 civilians killed in the same airstrikes, – I’m being sarcastic of course, but I don’t think my sarcasm is too far off the mark.
    I used to say during the Quneitra campaign, “bomb them into oblivion” whenever the Russians were attacking Isis, but I never have to say it to the US, they just do it. But unlike the Russians, who didn’t have to worry about too many civilians being in the way in Daraa/Quneitra, and yet were still pretty careful to avoid killing them, the US has heaps of civilians in the way and still doesn’t give a toss about them. Just the same as they didn’t in Ar Raqqah, when they bombed both the civilian population and Isis into oblivion at the same time. Some things just never change, from Vietnam to present day the US is the same as it ever was.