Final 3000 ISIS Members Surrender in Syria, Sealing Trump’s Victory
Thousands of terrorists along with family members were caught in the ISIS encampment
Around 3000 members of the Islamic State terrorist group have surrendered in Baghouz, Syria, according to Kurdish-led forces per AFP.
Thousands of terrorists along with family members were caught in the ISIS encampment in the eastern village as it came under fire.
"Number of Daesh (IS) members surrendered to us since yesterday evening has risen to 3,000," Syrian Democratic Forces spokesman Mustefa Bali tweeted Tuesday evening.
US-led Kurdish forces fired on Baghouz for three nights in a row killing fighters and causing survivors to surrender.
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Unit commander with the U.S.-backed Syria Defense Forces Ali Cheir said they hoped they could flush out ISIS from the terrorism.
"The objective of our advance is to terrorize IS fighters, so they surrender, and for the civilians to come out," said Cheir.
According to a report from FT last month, President Donald Trump announced that “100 percent” Isis territory in Syria has been recaptured, claiming a 'military victory.'
Trump told troops at an air base in Alaska that Isis had been taken.
“We now have the whole thing,” he said of the land held by Isis.
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Good luck on that..these people are so entitled that they think they can sue our president..
Better yet..let’s. Kick his whole family OUT of United States! https://t.co/wFL6rTmKc5
In Dember last year, Trump laid foundations to order the 'rapid withdrawal' of all U.S troops from Syria.
US forces have been helping local Kurdish and Arab forces fighting ISIS, according to reports by the Washington Post and CNN.
Two thousand troops remain in Syria as part of Operation Roundup, a final drive to defeat ISIS is in its closing stages.
President Vladimir Putin praised the President's move to fulfill his election campaign promise.
“President Trump is quite actively working on fulfilling his election campaign promises, which in practice rarely happens in the US political life.
"The withdrawal of the American troops from Syria was one of those promises,” Putin said.