Israel reportedly struck ISIS held area in southern the country

Unidentified air strikes targeted a pro Islamic state headquarter in southwest Syria, casualties were reported.

According to the UK-based Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (SOHR), “Israeli warplanes, Monday, conducted air-raids against Jaysh Khalid Ibn Al-Walid (ISIS affiliate) position in Al-Yarmouk basin, western Daraa province”.

“At least 10 members and leaders of Jaysh Khalid Ibn Al-Walid were killed in the bombardment of Israeli warplanes in Saham al-Golan town including 4 commanders.” The SOHR reported.

It is noteworthy that Jaysh Khaled Ibn al-Waleed – which pledges allegiance to the “Islamic State” organization – controls an area of about 250 square kilometers, which is about 0.13 percent of the area of the Syrian territory.

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