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The predominantly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) continued to advance against ISIL in Northeastern Syria and managed to take control of more strategic villages on the banks of the Euphrates River.
The SDF fighters continued to attack ISIL’s positions in Abu Khashab front and took control over Matab and Khas Ajil villages on the bank of Euphrates River in Eastern Raqqa.
In the meantime, the Kurdish combatants engaged in heavy fighting with ISIL in Khashab front and drove ISIL out of Ka’as al-Jabal village Southeast of Raqqa province.
On Saturday, the SDF fighters continued their anti-ISIL operation codenamed the Euphrates Rage and managed to seize control over the villages of al-Hajaj, Jazreh, Matab and Mash’houri along the Euphrates River in Abu Khasahb front after taking control over the strategic hills of Mankher al-Sharqi and al-Qarbi.
The Kurdish combatants drove ISIL out of al-Wadyan farm in Beir al-Haba front.
In the meantime, the Kurdish language Hawar news quoted local sources in Jazreh village as saying that ISIL terrorists in Jazreh village were from Pakistan and Chechnya, adding that the non-Syrian terrorists in the captured village are talking mostly in Turkish language another indication of the fact that Turkey is a main supporter of ISIL in Syria.
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