ISIS, SDF, civilians suffer horrific casualties in eastern Syria after 3 months of clashes – details

Three months of high-intensity battles across the desert and within Euphrates River valley area in eastern Syria has left huge numbers of ISIS terrorists, US-backed fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and civilians dead.

According to a report issued by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), the last quarter year of clashes between ISIS and the SDF has seen at least 739 terrorists and 452 US-backed fighters killed in action.

The report added that collateral damage extended to around 300 civilians killed, many of the children, during this same time period.

The last month alone has been particularly brutal, witnessing a series of major battles for control of villages along the eastern shore of the Euphrates, as well as far-ranging raids by ISIS against SDF forward bases near key oil fields deep in the Syrian Desert.

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Just several days ago, a three-day battle for the control of the small town of Al-Bahra eastern syria (north of the ISIS stronghold of Hajin) left, as has now been effectively confirmed by various sources including the SOHR, over 90 SDF fighters and some 61 jihadist militants dead.

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