American helicopters replaced the leaders of ISIS from the province of Deir ez Zor

In support of the ISIS organization, the United States continues to evacuate its leaders from the province of Deir ez Zor.
It is reported that yesterday American helicopters took another group of ISIS leaders from various parts of the Deir ez Zor province to unknown areas of Khasake province.
According to sources, several US helicopters flew low over the As-Sed temporarily displaced camp and landed near the Al-Basel Dam in the south of Hasaka province. They brought leaders who joined the Kasad factions supported by Washington.
Earlier, several American helicopters took 47 leaders to Hasaka province, while wounded terrorists were sent for treatment with the assistance of the non-governmental international organization Médecins Sans Frontières.
In recent months, the US has been providing various support to the ISIS terrorists in the Syrian desert, including supplying them with intelligence to attack the positions of the Syrian army. American aviation has carried out dozens of raids, taking out foreign leaders to save them from imminent death.

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