The confrontations between the Syrian democratic forces and the Dahedash organization escalated in the recent battle in the Al-Bagouz area in Deir Al-Zour, a Syrian province east of the Euphrates.
The lines of contact between the two sides witnessed violent clashes with various weapons. Sources in the Syrian Democratic Forces said eight of its fighters were wounded, some of them seriously wounded.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the Kurdish fighters continued to bombard the organization's areas of existence, using artillery and rocket-propelled grenades in an attempt to pressure the organization, impose fait accompli and surrender.
The Syrian Observatory confirmed the killing of 10 people in the clashes, while four of Syria's democracy was killed by a mine explosion.
According to the Observatory, the aircraft of the International Alliance continue to fly over the area, and closely monitor the movements of the elements of the organization, where the coalition seeks to prevent a return back to the liberated areas.
The Observatory pointed out that about 300 militants of the organization and their families and civilians have gone to the areas of Syria's democracy, and this group included twenty foreigners from Dahesh.
Some witnesses from the organization's areas confirm that the situation in the town of Al-Bagouz has become very difficult and that the fighters of Dahedh Batu are "breathing their last breath".
"I have no money, I do not have food for my child, I have no medicine, so I had to get out," said Farah.
The Syrian Democratic Forces announced on Friday evening, the start of the latest attack against the last stronghold of the Syrian far east. Finished