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Assad forces secure ISIS convoy heading to Iraq - US-led Coalition

ISIS convoy,aegis of Assad, Hezollah, Iran, moves 'safely' toward Iraq

Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad's forces did not attack the ISIS that are moving from Lebanon, via Syrian lands, to Iraq, the US-led coalition revealed in a statement Sunday.

It added that 11 ISIS vehicles passed by the Assad forces safely near the eastern Syrian desert.

The crossing of the convoy safely confirmed the responsibility of the Assad Regime for transferring these terrorists, the statement read, confirming that the US-led coalition will do its best to prevent these terrorists from sneaking into Iraq.


On Aug.29, Assad Regime made a deal with the Shiite Lebanese Hezbollah group, which stated on transferring ISIS terrorists from Lebanon to Iraq.

The US-led coalition warplanes had to withdraw from Syrian desert upon Russian request, which determine the movement of the jets to avoid their crashes  over the Syrian lands.

Earlier, Colonel Ryan Dillon, the spokesman for the US-led coalition against the ISIS, denied that the coalition let ISIS terrorists sneak into Deir ez-Zor city in eastern Syria.


He added that the coalition watched the convoy, destroyed 40 ISIS artilleries and killing 85 of these terrorists.


The coalition warplanes did not bombard the convoy as it included women and children, he continued.


The convey included over 637 people, including 375 ISIS terrorists, 150 women and children. These numbers have travelled via 17 vehicles and 11 ambulances cars.


The deal included transferring the bodies of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to Hezbollah, who were killed in Syrian war.


According to the deal, Hezbollah received 5 dead bodies of IRGC that ISIS were holding in western Qalamoun district in Damascus.


Also, ISIS terrorists, who turned themselves in to the police,  uncovered the place where they buried their victims to the Lebanese authorities in western Qalamoun.

Last Modified: Sunday، 10 September 2017 11:38 AM