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Clashes between Syrian regime and ISIS allied militias in Yarmouk Basin, army leader killed

Clashes between Syrian regime and ISIS allied militias in Yarmouk Basin, army leader killed
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Daraa (Syria News) The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported, on Wednesday, that the area of Yarmouk Basin has witnessed violent clashes between the Syrian regime forces and fighters of Jaysh Khalid Ibn al-Waleed militia, while pointed out that a military leader was killed during the clashes.

The London-based Observatory revealed that violent clashes broke out between the Syrian government forces and the ISIS allied militia of Jaysh Khalid Ibn al-Waleed in al-Yarmouk Basin, west of Daraa Province.

Furthermore, the clashes resulted in the killing of a leader in the Military Council of Quneitra, after being severely injured during the fight.

Meanwhile, Syrian rebels and their allied Islamic factions shelled the Jaysh Khalid Ibn al-Waleed-held areas, west of Daraa, causing significant damage but no casualties were reported.

It is noteworthy that Jaysh Khalid Ibn al-Waleed militia had sworn allegiance to the Islamic State group in al-Jabayliyah Front in Yarmouk Basin, in the western countryside of Daraa.

Daraa Province witnessed an offensive carried out by the Syrian rebels, codenamed as “Death rather than humiliation”, in the period between February and June 2017, on the headquarters of the regime forces in al-Manshiyah District.

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