The coalition withdrew a Jordanian spy, who had served as a Daesh emir, in the recent landing operation in Deir Ezzor

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A private source indicated to D24 that ‘The recently landing operation by the International Coalition in west of Deir Ezzor succeeded in the withdrawing of a spy who had infiltrated the ranks of Daesh after operating as a commander of the organization’.

The source added, ‘ The coalition managed to withdraw the spy safely. He is originally from Jordan and has served in the ranks of Daesh for three years during  which he occupied different positions.’

The landing operation also resulted in the elimination of four Daesh commanders who were with the spy in the Tabani area during the execution of the operation’. Two of them are foreign nationals. The spy and those commanders had retreated from Al-Tabqah city to Al-Raqqa before the imposing of the siege on it by the SDF.  During the landing operation they were on their way to Deir Ezzor province.

The organization said in some of its run mosques in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor that it sustained 4 deaths in the operation and that the reason behind the coalition’s operation was to help the coalition’s spy get out of Daesh-held areas.