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US-backed Forces Capture 6 Villages From ISIS In Euphrates Valley (Map)

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The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have captured the villages of  Hawayij, Ruqayb, Hawi Thibyan, Dhiban, Tayyani and Shinan from ISIS in the Euphrates Valley in the province of Deir Ezzor.

Now, the SDF is developing further its advance on the eastern bank of the Euphrates with the aim of reaching the border with Iraq.

US-backed Forces Capture 6 Villages From ISIS In Euphrates Valley (Map)

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  1. Deo Cass says:

    Why doesn’t the Syrian government forces cross the Euphrates river in that point and block these illegal foreign US colonial imperialist proxies from stealing more Syrian land? After all the Kurdish invaders did that to them. How could the Tiger Forces sitting idly by on the other side of the river just watch and do nothing while precious Syrian sovereign land is being permanently severed from the Syrian state and only a bloody war against the US invaders and occupiers can get it back to them?

    1. Free man says:

      There is an agreement between Russia and the United States and everyone is acting in accordance with this agreement.

    2. American Troll Hunter says:

      The oil or areas on the other side don’t matter if the SAA controls Bukamal and the borders, so any oil will have to be transported through gov. areas with most likely heavy tariffs if the PKK gets too greedy.

    3. kraaiiii says:

      it’s not important how much SDF gains in Syria all their roads leading out of Rovaja, waterway, oil/gas pipelines boarder crossings, airspace, are all in control by Syrian regime and or friendly country’s or enemy’s of the Kurd/SDF.
      The Iraqi border crossing is has been taken by Iraq en Rovaja is now isolated.

      The can’t sell the oil/gas if the can’t ship it out and a won’t survive forever a economic blockade. The SAA build/created a couple of bridges and secured the bridgeheads for future use in case if, but never really tried to go further, there no need for it.

    4. Jonathan Cohen says:


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