ISIS has been reactivated on a wider scale across Syria carrying out its terrorist attacks from planting explosives in cars of Syrians in Daraa and Damascus countryside in southern Syria, to a large attack on a Syrian Army post in Idlib, all within the past 48 hours.
Baath Party Official Abdul Ilah Al Fadhil was assassinated by remnants of ISIS terrorists in the city of Nawa in the northwestern countryside of Daraa, southern Syria.
Mr. Al Fadhil was heading to work in the morning (Sunday, 03 September) when a group of masked armed men shot him dead with several bullets from their automatic rifles.
The masked armed men fled the scene after ensuring Mr. Al Fadhil was killed. Local sources affirm the criminals were from the remnants of ISIS (ISIL – Daesh), the terrorist organization created, funded, armed, and commanded by the USA.
The body of the victim was taken to the National Hospital of Nawa awaiting burial.
Less than 24 hours earlier, an explosion destroyed the car of Police Major Muhammad Al Ahmad, the head of police in the Sa’sa area in the southwestern countryside of Damascus.
Major Al Ahmad was severely injured in his right foot and was rushed to a hospital in Damascus for treatment.
The explosion was caused by an IED (Improvised explosive device) planted beneath the Major’s car. It was detonated in the village of Heenah in the Qatan region while he was heading to work in the morning hours (Saturday 02 September), also by remnants of ISIS terrorists.
After their defeat in Daraa Balad in September 2021 by the Syrian Arab Army, the remnants of ISIS terrorists fled toward the illegal US Army base near Al Tanf in the furthest southeastern Syrian desert where they were provided protection in the so-called 55 kilometers zone by the US Army.
From the so-called 55 kilometers zone surrounding the illegal US Army base in the Syrian Al Tanf, these ISIS remnants train, rest, and get equipped and provided with intel on their next targets, then they head to commit their terrorist attacks against the Syrian people in the southern region before returning to the protection of the US Army.
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