SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) forces continued their offensive against the last enclave of the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in the region of Baghouz on Sunday, following a break to allow for the evacuation of civilians.

Footage from Sunday, shows SDF forces patrolling the streets of Baghouz during the offensive’s third day, with US-backed coalition forces reportedly targeting a weapons depot.

More than an estimated 13,000 civilians reportedly evacuated Baghouz in the week preceding the beginning of the SDF offensive on Friday.

 

 

Credit: Ruptly

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Karel Vd Geest

the end of the Caliphate is nearing. Precautions against a comeback have to be taken.

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They will come back may be in another form as they always have. Al Qaida was the news in the last 15+ years. Osama was big bad boy and he was replaced by Abu Bakr Al Bagdhadi and soon Abu Bakr will be forgotten another bad a**e will show up

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At the little difference that letting ISIS “win” for a while attracted many many roaches. It’s likely that over Syria+Iraq, more than 200,000 jihadis were killed and survivors have seen how

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the Caliphuck sücked and, especially the last remainders, how we trampled ’em under foot. Now I just hope that we won’t stop with ISIS : Nusra/Qaeda/Hezbo, etc etc…

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According to a roach stranded into Baghouz who posted on Telegram, they want a ceasefire. Coalition actions killed 2,500 of their most hardened fighters into 3 days!

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Picture taken inside Baghouz :
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This is how the plaza looked before the roaches refused to surrender :
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Sad we hadn’t air forces during the Crusades : air-forces make shawarma from mujahideen…
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Well, Abu Waheeb already looked like a Kebab before being droned by an AGM-114 Hellfire 🤣