BEIRUT, EL LÍBANO. -Después de la toma de la ciudad de al-Khafsah, el Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) liberó este martes un gran enclave de ISIS cerca del río Éufrates, en el campo oriental de Alepo.

Después de una retirada masiva de una alta cifra de terroristas de ISIS a última hora, las Fuerzas del Tigre del EAS fueron capaces de capturar 23 aldeas en sólo unas horas, a saber: Abu Khattar, Rabbayah, Mazraah, Kharijis, Jannat como Salamah, Jannat como Saghir , Tall Abu Jadhah, Ash Jeque Abyad, Khan al-Humr, Alto al-Aswad, Shu’ayb Hamr, Shihah, Dukhayrah, Ma’radah, Khirbat Shihab, Arb’a Kabeera, Ra’as al-Ain, Balloura, al -Naeem, Asheni, al-Tayara, Atejah y Khafyah Sharqiyah.

Según el corresponsal de noticias de Al-Masdar, Ibrahim Joudeh, los militantes de ISIS se vieron abrumados por los avances sin precedentes del EAS y no llegaron a tiempo para replicar las técnicas habituales del grupo terrorista ISIS en esa área.

Desde que las Fuerzas Tigres comenzaron su ofensiva a gran escala en el este de Alepo el 17 de enero, el EAS ha recuperado el control de cerca de 145 aldeas y reducido el territorio del autoproclamado califato en 1000 kilómetros cuadrados.

ISIS ha establecido ahora una línea defensiva de último paso en el eje entre Deir Hafer y el Aeropuerto militar de Jirah. La zona está ocupada por militantes que se retiraron de al-Bab hace dos semanas y unidades yihadistas reagrupadas del bolsillo abandonado.

En caso de que el EAS aplastara la última línea de defensa del Estado Islámico en Alepo, se espera que las tropas sirias reanude su ofensiva hacia Raqa.

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