BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:10 P.M.) – Hashd Al-Shaabi unleashed a massive assault against the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) forces on Thursday, targeting the latter’s positions east of the Euphrates.

According to the official media wing of Hashd Al-Shaabi, their forces unleashed more than 50 missiles at the Islamic State terrorists inside the key town of Baghouz Tahtani.

Hashd Al-Shaabi said they managed to kill scores of Islamic State terrorists during the attack, which also helped propel the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) inside this Syrian region.

Recently, Hashd Al-Shaabi has been stepping up their attacks against the Islamic State inside Syria as they look to clear the Syrian-Iraqi border region of all terrorists.

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