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Islamic State conducts security operation to search for dissident members

Islamic State conducts security operation to search for dissident members
Members of the Islamic State group. File photo.


Deir Ezzor (Syria Newa) – The Islamic state group carried out, on Tuesday, an extensive security operation in the city of Mayadin, east of Deir Ezzor, to search for foreign members who escaped the group along with their families.

Qasioun News reported that the IS militants set checkpoints and deployed patrols in the city of Mayadin, east of Deir Ezzor, to search for foreign members who escaped the group along with their families, but they were unable to capture any of the escaped members.

Meanwhile, the IS militants attacked Deir Ezzor Airbase, and managed to seize it completely, then violent clashes broke out between the militants and Syrian army forces and allied militias in the area.

It is noteworthy that the IS Emir of the so-called Islamic Police (al-Hisba), known as Abu Khuzaima Al-Tunsy, surrendered himself, along with 5 other members of the Islamic State group, late on Monday, to the Syrian regime forces.


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  1. There coming for you IS Pigs.
    Remember IS Pigs you better get rid of the IS informants in your ranks.
    I am sure there are some high ranking IS piglet soldiers that are informers.

    Better take them out now; you need to hurry, as there are a lot of them.
    Don’t worry about killing a few innocent IS fighters, that comes with the territory.
    It would be an honest mistake.

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