Agreement between the Baathist regime and terrorist ISIS

Our private sources confirmed that meetings were held between ISIS organizing a terrorist  and the Baathist regime to coordinate and work against the Syrian Democratic Forces.

According to local sources from Dair al-Zour, the Ba’athist army facilitated the transfer of mercenaries from the areas bordering Deir al-Zour to the areas where the Syrian Democratic Forces are present. Facilities are available to open secure corridors for mercenary movements towards the eastern bank of the Euphrates River.

The army of the Baathist regime, which claims to have been fighting the terrorist organization for quite some time, seems to have reached a dead end in this war and has become totally incapable of accomplishing the victory over terrorism and therefore resorting to these dirty means and malicious tricks.

On this basis, local sources confirmed that since a period of special meetings between the Syrian regime and mercenaries have started, the agreement between the two parties has resulted in the transfer of mercenaries from areas of engagement with the Ba’athist army to areas liberated by the SDF. He is credited with publishing news that Deir al-Zour has become liberated.

The Syrian Democratic Forces issued a statement on the twentieth of last month and confirmed in the said statement that the Syrian Democratic forces had spotted a convoy of ISIS mercenaries on the 18th of the same month moving in the axis of the town of Salhiya and in areas controlled by the Syrian army and the convoy moving with all likelihood Towards the liberated areas, and our forces confronted and retaliated

The current media campaign on the liberation of Deir al-Zour and the dispatch of mercenaries to the liberated areas is the culmination of the agreement concluded by the Baathist army with ISIS mercenaries to obstruction of Asefat AL-Jazeera campaign from its objectives and an expression of the regime’s inability to fight terrorism.


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