SDF defeated Daesh: We are ready to liberate all occupied lands

The fighters of Manbij Military Council (MMC) who had participated in the campaign to liberate Deir ez-Zor and who returned to their points of concentration again raising the victory's banners, stressed that "they are fully ready to liberate all occupied the Syrian territories."

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) achieved a great victory against Daesh mercenaries, after the liberation of al-Baguz village which was considered IS' last pocket in east of Syria. SDF's fighters who went from all parts of north and east of Syria to al-Baguz to defeat Daesh returned to their points holding banners of victory.

Our agency, Hawar news agency (ANHA) interviewed with a number of Manbij Military Council's fighters who participated in defeating Daesh.

The fighter Abdul Kadar Qujak said, "I have been one of the participants in the campaign to liberate al-Baguz village, and the battle was fierce in every sense against Daesh mercenaries. Daesh had been defeated geographically, but their ideas still remained in the minds of some of the people."

And he demanded the people to join hands together to eradicate Daesh in full, and get salvaged from this terrorist obscurantic ideology forever."

And the fighter Asem Ali, who participated in several campaigns against the mercenaries in Manbij, al-Raqqa, al-Tabqa and Deir ez-Zor, said: "We participated in the campaign to liberate Deir ez-Zor against the most powerful terrorist group that has spread fear in the world."

Al-Ali said: "We achieved a great victory over Daesh by virtue of the area's people and martyrs who sacrificed themselves to liberate their land from the abomination of terrorism." Al-Ali noted that they were stationed on their points and that they were fully ready to respond to any attack would be launched on them from any side.

For his part, the fighter Meri Hassen Taqtouq said, "They are walking on the path of their martyrs' comrades and they are fully ready to liberate all occupied Syrian territories."

(T/S)

ANAH


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