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ISIS Kills 700 in Syria

The Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group's hold on the Middle East has continued to shrink, but that does not mean its evil members are not still wreaking havoc across the region. Haaretz reports that in the past two months, ISIS has executed 700 prisoners in just the section of eastern Syria it still controls:

Islamic State militants had executed nearly 700 prisoners in nearly two months in eastern Syria...

The jihadists control a shrinking strip of land east of the Syria's Euphrates River around the town of Hajin, which U.S.-backed forces entered this month.

The Syrian Demoratic Forces (SDF), led by the Kurdish YPG militia, has battled Islamic State there for several months with the help of U.S. air power and special forces.

SDF commander-in-chief Mazloum Kobani told Reuters last week that at least 5,000 ISIS fighters remain holed up in the enclave, including many foreigners who appear ready to fight to the death...

Tags: Syria , ISIS , Middle East Unrest , Terrorism

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