Daesh [the Arabic acronym for ‘ISIS/ISIL'] terrorist group is using the de-escalation zones controlled by the US-led international coalition to reorganize and launch fresh strikes on the Syrian government army in a bid to return its former bases in al-Mayadeen and AlBukamal.
In further details, the Arabic-language al-Manar TV reported that Daesh resumed training children for its deadly operations in the Deir Ez-Zor province, allegedly protected by the US and the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces [SDF].
Daesh is reportedly preparing to attack the Syrian army after the US-backed SDF declared an end to operations against the terrorist group, and following the US military expanding its presence in the region.
The terrorist group allegedly established a military base in order to train what it described as "The Caliphate's Lion Cubs" in Syria's Deir ez-Zor province, adjacent to Iraq.
The training center for child soldiers was allegedly set up under the supervision of Daesh's former commander based in Raqqa, Abu Mohammed al-Fransi; the group is said to have been recruiting a large number of Syrian and foreign children to conduct suicide operations.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team