Al-Hasakah, Syria (1:00 P.M.) – The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) launched a large-scale offensive in the southern countryside of the Al-Hasakah Governorate on Tuesday, targeting the strategic city of Al-Shadadi, which is currently under the control of the U.S. backed “Syrian Democratic Forces.”

ISIS began the offensive by launching surprise attacks at Kashkash Jabbour, Tal Safeet, and Al-‘Azawi; this resulted in a series of clashes that ended with the terrorist forces establishing full control over these three villages.

Following the capture of the aforementioned villages, the Islamic State forces pushed further north towards the town of Al-Hamadat, which is located near Al-Shadadi’s southern flank.

Once again, the Islamic State terrorists were able to overrun the SDF’s fortifications, despite receiving an added boost to their defenses by the U.S Coalition’s warplanes.

ISIS is still pushing north towards the city of Al-Shadadi; however, SDF reinforcements are expected to arrive shortly in order to help push back the terrorists.

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Gerald
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This is the main reason why the SAA and YPG should not be fighting each other .ISIS will take advantage.

chris
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THIS IS THE SECOND REASON. THE MAIN REASON IS BECAUSE THEY ARE BROTHERS

TheScepticalOne
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the a*****e who said IS won’t attack because of SAA Kurds rift owes me a b****y apology!

Richard Hedditch
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Richard Hedditch

ISIS collaborating with SDF and YPG.

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Jens Holm

You wont leave Your hospital soon.

Lars Blomquist
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Lars Blomquist

Have you read the article?

Sal Reugen
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Sal Reugen

Good shooting!

Yassin Ramadan Camueje
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Yassin Ramadan Camueje

Al hamdulillah

chris
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KISS IMMAK 3A IMMOUN.

Vincenzo Mannello
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“: #ISIS massive offensive in Al-#Hasakah https://t.co/KvhacGAiYB #SDF #Syria https://t.co/rsQcyyw5qM“…grazie,#BombObama????

ZHU DE
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@_ju1_ ¡Eso se llama coordinación!

Daeshbags Sux
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Wouldn’t be surprised if a few A-10 or the AC-130 come to say hello.
jihadi-shawarma for the pigs’ dinner tonight…

Michael McGreevy
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@Gjoene Hey my ???????? Air Force friends. Would love to see you make scrap metal out of this tank. ????

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Jens Holm

Thats – again – why its a very bad idea Assads and Kurds fight against each other and taking Raqqa and surrounding alon Eufrat should be much more important then insist in going to Afrin taking Al Bab and whatever.

You have to defeat and cut where its important for kurds being safe and make safety and friends.

Brigitte Turkmani
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Alle Vernichten dies ISIS