The U.S. backed “Syrian Democratic Forces” (SDF), backed by the Anti-ISIS Coalition, liberated two villages from the Islamic State of Iraq and  Al-Sham (ISIS) on Thursday after a violent battle near the latter’s stronghold in northeast Aleppo.

According to the Syrian Democratic Forces’ Military Council, their units liberated the villages of Tal Rafi’i and Yaleeni on Thursday after a violent battle with the Islamic State terrorists in the vicinity of Menbeij.

The Syrian Democratic Forces were able to reverse the gains made by  the Islamic State’s terrorists in northwestern Menbeij, paving the way for their imperative advance today.

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Andrés Rodríguez
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Me gusta lo de Syrian Democratic.

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+1

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For “paving the way”, they have Paveways to help them :
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