“SDF” and “ISIS” exacerbate the suffering of civilians in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor

by Euphratespost

The suffering of some 200,000 civilians living in the rest of the ISIS-controlled areas of AL-Bukmal village east of Deir Ezzor has continued to deteriorate, while the organization continues to prevent civilians from leaving its areas on the one hand, while being surrounded by SDF elements on the other.

According to the correspondent of the “Euphrates Post” in the eastern of Deir Ezzor, the largest number of civilians in areas under the control of the organization, especially in the towns of Shaafa and Sussa, are surrounded by the “SDF” from the village of Al-Bagouz, As well as on both sides of the AL-bhara and the Badia.

Our correspondent added that in addition to the towns of Sousse and Shafaa, the siege of civilians includes the villages and towns of Al-Marashda, Abulhasan and Abu Al-Khater, all of which are stranded after the siege of the SDF. Those areas.

According to our correspondent, before the declaration of “SDF” military campaign to eliminate the last pockets of organization in the countryside of Albukuamal, the case of a mine explosion of a civilian as he tried to get out of the Bagouz towards areas under the “SDF”

While no other case of mine explosion was documented.

“SDF” and with the start of its latest attack with the support of the International Coalition, announced the closure of the road leading to the areas controlled by the “ISIS” and the prevention of entry or exit of anything to and from the areas of the organization, but this did not prevent the occurrence of cases of smuggling limited to civilians away from the eyes of the parties , Although they carry significant risks.

As more civilian fighting approaches and intensified aerial and artillery bombardment, the smuggling of civilians has become more difficult, especially as ISIS has reinforced its presence in the Badia region. Civilians also fear mines that have been increasingly cultivated by the organization in the past two weeks.

According to our correspondent, the reality of living in the areas under ISIS is getting worse. Since the SDF began its last operation, no material has entered, because the traders who were collecting goods for the areas of the organization and with its consent remained among the trapped. A large rise in prices, the absence of many basic materials, vegetables and fruits, in addition to a near complete lack of fuel.

According to our correspondent, the reality of living in the areas under ISIS is getting worse. Since the SDF began its last operation, no material has entered, because the traders who were collecting goods for the areas of the organization and with its consent remained among the trapped. A large rise in prices, the absence of many basic materials, vegetables and fruits, in addition to a near complete lack of fuel.

It is noteworthy that among the civilians living in the areas of control “ISIS” in the eastern village of Deir Ezzor, a large number of refugees of Iraqi nationality, who came during the military operation on the cities of Qaim and and Rawa, unable to return to their homes, or displacement to places Other.

Residents of these areas are also displaced from rural areas of Raqqa and Aleppo, and others from the city of Bu Kamal, who fled their homes before the regime and pro-Iranian militias took over.

Currently, the hajeen is the first line of fire in the battles between the organization and SDF, and it is under intense American bombardment from the nearby Conico field and from the French artillery in the Tennak oil field.

The town recently witnessed the displacement of thousands of civilians to ISIS control areas, or to “SDF” areas before the road was completely closed.

On May 1, the SDF announced the launch of the final phase of its war against ISIS, with the aim of ending its presence in eastern Syria and the Syrian-Iraqi border, following the expiration of an undeclared truce between the two sides lasting for weeks.

The Iraqi army and the Popular militia support the SDF elements in their operations against the organization, which is controlled by the Baguoz (119 km southeast of Deir Ezzor and administratively followed by the Sousse region), with other fronts opening up to tighten the organization in its last stronghold.

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