DAMASCUS (Dispatches) – Thousands of Daesh terrorists have been transferred from areas under their control in Dayr al-Zawr to Hasaka and Raqqah provinces and thousands of others have been taken to al-Tanf military base and received training there in line with Washington’s plan to revive the Daesh in eastern Syria.
The Arabic-language website of the Russian Sputnik news agency quoted Kurdish sources in Hasakah province as saying that Washington is trying to once again revive the Daesh terrorists in Eastern Euphrates.
The Kurdish sources reiterated that the U.S. has transferred thousands of Daesh terrorists from Baghouz region in Eastern Dayr al-Zawr to other parts of the province as well as Raqqah and Hasaka provinces.
"The Ovais Qarani Brigade terrorists who are the most important ally of the Daesh terrorist group and the security branch of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have been stationed in Raqqa,” they added.
The sources said that the U.S. Army has transferred thousands of other Daesh terrorists from different regions, including Dayr al-Zawr, Hasaka, Damascus outskirts, Houz al-Yarmouk in Dara’a and Taloul al-Safa in Sweida’s Badiyeh (desert), to al-Tanf military base in eastern Syria and has been training them.
"Whenever asked, the U.S. army introduces these Daesh militants under its training under different names and labels such as Maghavir al-Thura, Asvad al-Sharqieh or the new Syrian army," they concluded.
Earlier in August, an Iraqi official said that the U.S. forces had withdrawn from al-Ratbah base in al-Anbar province towards Ein al-Assad base in a move to open a safe corridor for the Daesh terrorists.
Head of Badr Organization's Office in al-Anbar Qusai al-Anbari told the Arabic-language al-Ma'aloumeh news website on Wednesday that the U.S. forces have been transferred from Base 70 in al-Ratbah to Ein al-Assad.
He noted that the Americans will pave the ground for the Daesh’s free trafficking in the region by withdrawal from al-Ratbah.