The end of ISIS is one village away
Speaking to ANF, Hesekê said: "The area involved by the operation runs about 30 kilometers along the Euphrates River. We are about to cut the connection of ISIS with the Iraqi border. Except for the town of Hajin, there is no densely populated residential area in the region. Which is why the mercenaries are using Hajin as their headquarter. Our forces are now about 6 to 7 kilometers from the town centre and the operation is ongoing”.
Confirming that clearing this area would mean the end of ISIS, Hesekê added: "This is the last area that ISIS can use to get logistics and ammunition. We also know that most of the leaders of the organization are hidden here because they had nowhere else to go to. Therefore, we will rescue the place and declare the end of ISIS”.