ISIS cuts off a vital road and attacks two villages in the Deir ez-Zor desert

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Saturday that ISIS cut off a vital road and attacked two villages in the Deir ez-Zor desert.

The Observatory stated that the organization surprised the Syrian army forces and gunmen loyal to them in populated areas at the strip separating the governorates of Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor, “and was able to establish its points on the vital Deir ez-Zor-Raqqa road, and attack two villages belonging to the Al-Tabani district in the western countryside of Deir ez-Zor.”

He said that the organization’s members were stationed in the vicinity of the villages of Al-Qasabi and Al-Bwaitiya “amid an unknown fate that is pursuing” the Syrian army members “and the militants and their collaborators” at the points attacked by the organization, noting that military reinforcements had left the city of Deir ez-Zor towards the Maadan district to reinforce the points and open the road that the organization had closed.

The Observatory explained that the two villages are about eight kilometers away from the town of Maadan Ateeq, which is considered the administrative center of Raqqa Governorate.

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