Daesh on verge of final collapse in Iraq, Syria after losing last major cities

 

The Daesh Takfiri group has virtually reached the point of annihilation in Iraq and Syria after its last two substantial urban strongholds in both countries were captured by government and allied forces during operations which reduced the presence of the terror group to pockets of barren desert. 

On Friday, Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced that Iraqi forces liberated the border town of al-Qaim in Anbar province.  The fresh gain means that the Daesh terrorists in Iraq are now in control of just the smaller neighboring town of Rawa and surrounding pockets of barren desert along the Euphrates River.  Syrian forces broke Daesh’s three-year siege of government-held parts of Dayr al-Zawr after they entered the city in September.

 

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