ISIS appoints a Belgian emir in Deir Ezzur after heavy infighting
The sources said that the ISIS appointed a Belgian commander named Abu Maqatel al-Beljiki as their military Emir in Deir Ezzur and adjacent areas after clashes.
The infighting between the Arab and foreign terrorists erupted after ISIL gathered a large number of its ‘Islamic Police’ forces to attack the Syrian army in certain districts of Deir Ezzur and regions near Deir Ezzur airbase.
Also, heavy clashes were reported among ISIS members near the Science Academy and several other districts of Deir Ezzur city. A large number of terrorists were killed and wounded in the clashes.
Meantime, local sources reported that the ISIS commanders transferred a large number of residents of the town of Khasham to unknown places after Deir Ezzur people clashed with the ISIL militants in al-Ma’amel region in Northern Deir Ezzur, leading to the death of a group of ISIL members.
A local source in Eastern Syria said on Wednesday that six more ISIS members have been killed by unknown raiders in Deir Ezzur.
The source said that a number of unknown gunmen opened fire at a group of ISIL terrorists at the power company near al-Ma’amel square at the Northern entrance of Deir Ezzur city on Tuesday at night, killing six terrorists and wounding several more as they were going to an ISIL positions in the region.
The source said that the attack occurred only two days after a similar incident in Deir Ezzur, adding that after the attack, the ISIL terrorists stormed the region and residential buildings and arrested a number of men and youths.
Reports say almost 75 percent of ISIL members have been killed in air and ground operations in Iraq and Syria, decreasing the total number of the terrorist group’s members from 60,000 to 12,000 up to 15,000.
The reports further said that after the killing of ISIL terrorists the group’s female fighters have played a crucial role in terrorist operations, specially suicide ones, adding the total number of ISIL’s female fighters stands at 500, mostly form the Europe.