DAMASCUS, SYRIA – The Syrian Arab Army supported by the Palestinian Quds Brigade and local National Defense Units thwarted a massive Daesh attack targeting a multitude of positions manned by loyalist forces in the desert south of Al-Mayadeen in Deir Ezzor’s southeastern countryside.

Soon after the jihadist attack was repelled, the Syrian Army carried out an extensive clearing operation in the area between southern Mayadeen in the directoin of Faydat Bani Muwayne’ where dozens of ISIS fighters managed to sneak into under the cover of darkness.

The aforementioned clashes led to the neutralization of at least 15 ISIL fighters as seen in some of the pictures that were published by Quds Brigade’s social media handles. Viewer discretion advised:

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ranix
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ranix
2018-05-24 01:01

proxy wars – zio morons they truly are – 15 down – 9985 ieft in syria

Long Live Syria
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2018-05-24 07:40
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Just imagine what commitments these Daesh fighters have fore most to fight and die like this? Many of the readers keep yapping zio conspiracy really? If zionists were to give you personally 10000 of $$$ every day would you enroll and fight kill and die like this? Why would you like to live a pathetic life like this? Think about it. It is time many of the readers who keep parroting the same lines will have to think sanely. There is so much of poverty uneducated youth around the world. They are always picked up by most of the organized… Read more »

Long Live Syria
Long Live Syria
2018-05-24 07:43

There was no shortage of funds at all for Daesh many rich Arab countries and Arab people & Mullas arranged funds through local donation calls in the mosque for the Jihadis telling the people that they are fighting to save Islam. There was huge amount of Oil wealth stolen by transporting the Oil through an organized racket of trucks and sold into the black markets in Turki all with the total support of the Govt & Military of Turki. Whole world knows this. So plz don’t become like an Ostrich and bury your head into the ground. Saoudi, Qatar, UAE… Read more »

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Long Live Syria
2018-05-24 07:57

What motivates these Daesh to fight like in-humans by decapitating their enemy heads and playing foot ball with it or slitting the neck drawing out the blood in front of camera and others and licking or drinking the blood. That is to bring the element of fear into their enemies. They swear by a God pointing the knife at you clearly telling the audience that they kill only in the name of God. Their ideology is spreading far and wide and in the last 4-5 years 1000s of people around the globe from different countries got motivated and attracted to… Read more »

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Long Live Syria
2018-05-24 08:36

What motivates these Daesh to fight like in-humans by decapitating their enemy heads and playing foot ball with it or slitting the neck in front of camera and others and drinking the blood.

They swear by a God pointing the knife clearly telling the audience that they kill only in the name of God. Their ideology is spreading far and wide and in the last 4-5 years 1000s of people around the globe from different countries got motivated and attracted to their ideology and group like a Magnet attracts iron.

Long Live Syria
Long Live Syria
2018-05-24 08:39

It is not only the uneducated even the fully educated ones too came from all Moslem countries, Europe, UK, Amrika and Australia and Asia & Far East came & joined. There were non moslems too who came n joined and converted. Doctors, Engineers, various other professionals who had hands on knowledge with Computers, Encryption, Communication skills etc. Way back in early 2013 it all looked like Shangrila. A new era, a new beginning and a new life a promised land was about to be developed. It isn’t only men, there were plenty of women too who came & joined their… Read more »

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Long Live Syria
2018-05-24 08:50

Just like any Product Life Cycle Daesh too had 4 stages. Birth, Inception, Huge Growth & Maturity & Final Decline & Death. Here they are at the 4th Stage. Many of the Daesh from around the world who joined finally realized that it wasn’t a bed of roses and got scared seeing the madness, they became demoralized and wanted to quit and run back to their own countries. Getting in wasn’t so difficult getting out was next to impossible. It wasn’t possible at all, many were caught executed. Some finally surrendered to the armies many got killed in various battles… Read more »

Flash
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2018-05-23 23:40

Why most of them have long hair? They don’t look so manly… Just saying.

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2018-05-24 03:54
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No mains for the clippers…

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FlorianGeyer
2018-05-24 01:17

An obvious question is ‘Where and how is ISIS getting supplies from in a pocket that has been ‘surrounded’ for many months ? Even food should be a problem for ISIS.

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2018-05-24 03:24
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Most of weapons black-market in South-Syria came from Jordan GID officers stealing a lot from supplies of Operation Timber Sycamore, it went to gunshops, then was bought by Bedouins traffickers seasoned to transborder smuggling who were taking order through the Telegram App. They can provide you anything you want as long you’re paying or have smth to exchange. Now, you know, weapons are not bio-degradable, e.g. in Afgha, WW2 Stg.44 (1st assault riffle ever, and not a lot were built) and PPsh-41 are common… If you think that none of those surrounding them are corrupted, you’re seriously deluded! You’d probably… Read more »

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2018-05-24 06:11
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Until the Russians and SAA sealed of the Al-Tanf area they were getting supplies from Jordan [thanks to US complicity]. Then the areas between the Syrian Iraq border south of the Euphrates became the new resupply route for a while, but the Iraqi’s didn’t put up with that for long. Last year the Iraqi’s proposed an operation to wipe them out also, and wanted the US, Russia, and the SAA as well as themselves to coordinate an operation to eliminate them from here too. The US refused to join the operation but the rest of them kicked Isis out of… Read more »

ziad
ziad
2018-05-24 02:12

what horribly wrong ?? this turned out just beautiful,,only problem is how they managed to sneak under cover of darkness without being seen,,are there not any drones with IR cams keeping an eye out? what about russia satellite intel???

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Daeshbags Sux
2018-05-24 03:53
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Too expensive, dude!

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Piotr Rokosz
2018-05-24 02:11

15 more terrorists in h**l. Bravo SAA!

jojo
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2018-05-24 02:56

Any info on their nationalities?