ISIS Jihadi fighters launched a new attack against Jabhet al-Nusra, a rival jihadi group fighting Syrian Army, in the beleaguered Yarmouk Refugee Camp in the southern outskirts of Damascus.
According to the terror group’s official account on social media, Aamaq Agency, ISIS jihadists stormed al-Ja’ouneh area (located in the eastern fringes of the Refugee Camp) after besieging Nusra militants for almost 80 days.
The three-day clashes granted ISIS full control over the neighborhood after Nusra militants fled through the sewerage network.
At least 6 Nusra fighters have been killed in the offensive.
Meanwhile, ISIS terror group foiled rebels’ offensive on Yalda and Tadamon after fierce battles which have left 13 of the attackers dead, according to Aamaq.