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NNSROJ: شەڕڤانانی یەکینەکان پاراستنی گەل، یەکینەکانی پاراستنی ژنان و بورکانی فرات لە شارۆچکەی بۆزانی[عەین عیسا]ی هەڵکەوتوو لە باشووری گرێ سپی نزیک بوونەوتەوە و بە تایبەت لە بەرەی باکوور و ڕۆژئاواوە گەمارۆیان داوە.

عەین عیسا دوای کەوتنی گرێ سپی، دووهەم ناوەندەی ستراتێژیکی داگیرکراو لە لایەن داعشە کە لە ٥٥ کیلۆمیتری باکووری “ڕەققا”، ناوەندی سەرەکیی ئەو ڕێکخراوە هەڵکەوتووە.
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  1. Rojpress
    23 حوزه‌یران 2015 له‌ 13:50

    Advancing Syria Kurds close in on town after seizing Islamic State base
    BEIRUT | BY TOM PERRY AND LAILA BASSAM
    Fighters of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) stand with children near a sign in Tel Abyad town, Raqqa governorate, June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Rodi Said
    Fighters of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) stand with children near a sign in Tel Abyad town, Raqqa governorate, June 16, 2015.
    REUTERS/RODI SAID
    Kurdish-led forces in Syria advanced on Tuesday into the outskirts of an Islamic State-held town after capturing a military base overnight, aided by U.S.-led air strikes in some of the most dramatic gains yet against the militants.

    The Kurdish march deep into the heart of Islamic State territory follows their capture of a town on the Turkish border last week, halting the momentum of militants who had seized major towns in both Syria and Iraq last month.

    The Kurdish YPG-led forces moved to within 1 km of the center of the Islamic State-held town of Ain Issa, said Redur Xelil, a spokesman for the group. Overnight they took control of the nearby Liwa-93 military base, a strategic objective which Islamic State had captured last year from government forces.

    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which reports on the war, said U.S.-led air strikes in the area had killed at least 26 Islamic State fighters on Monday. Xelil described the U.S.-led air support as “excellent”.

    The advance to Ain Issa puts the Kurdish forces and smaller Syrian rebel groups fighting alongside them just 50 miles (30 km) from Raqqa, Islamic State’s de facto capital, from which it rules over a “caliphate” across much of Syria and Iraq. Xelil said an assault on the city was not currently on the agenda.

    The United States and its Arab and Western allies launched an air campaign against Islamic State last year after the fighters, also known as ISIS or ISIL, proclaimed their “caliphate” to rule over all Muslims.

    The Kurdish YPG fighters have emerged as the most credible ally of the U.S.-led campaign on the ground in Syria, where Washington has fewer friends than in Iraq.

    In a separate battle, the Syrian military and militias fighting alongside it have gained ground to the northwest of the city of Palmyra, which Islamic State fighters captured from government control last month, according to the Observatory and a source in Syria briefed on the situation.

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    “STRANGLEHOLD”

    The YPG advance began last week when the Kurds, in partnership with smaller Syrian rebel groups under the banner of the Western-backed Free Syrian Army, captured Tel Abyad at the border, cutting an Islamic State supply route from Turkey.

    Coordination between the YPG and the U.S.-led alliance has deepened since they first joined forces to defend the town of Kobani at the Turkish border, defeating Islamic State fighters in January after four months of battle there.

    “The operation to tighten the strangle-hold on Ain Issa is continuing in the outskirts of the city,” Xelil told Reuters.

    Asked whether the de facto Islamic State capital was now a target, he said: “Raqqa is a Syrian city, like Tel Abyad and Kobani, and all Syrians want it freed of Daesh terror. But at the current time it is not included in our agenda.”

    Daesh is an Arabic name for Islamic State.

    The group has so far put up little resistance to the latest YPG-led advance. A Pentagon spokesman said last week Islamic State had appeared to “crack” at Tel Abyad.

    Brett McGurk, the deputy U.S. special presidential envoy to the anti-Islamic State alliance, said on Twitter that YPG and FSA fighters were “making important gains” against Islamic State south of Tel Abyad, aided by coalition air support.

    The Observatory said government forces had also advanced against Islamic State to the west of Palmyra, home to Roman ruins that are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    Islamic State fighters consider such monuments to be idols that must be destroyed. They have planted explosives in the ruins, the Observatory reported on Saturday, raising concern the site could meet the same fate as monuments plundered and razed by the group in Iraq.

    “We cannot yet say that this is the battle of Palmyra. It is a battle fortify the regime’s defensive lines,” said the source in Syria briefed on the situation.

    (Reporting by Tom Perry and Laila Bassam)

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/06/23/us-mideast-crisis-syria-idUSKBN0P316F20150623

    Kurds ‘take back key base north of Raqqa from Isis’ as they build on recent gains in northern Syria

    Significant victory for Kurdish YPG forces means that they are now just 30 miles from the caliphate’s self-proclaimed capital
    TOM BROOKS-POLLOCK Tuesday 23 June 2015

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    Isis has been “pushed back to the gates of Raqqa”, its self-proclaimed capital, after Kurdish forces captured a key military base in a significant victory in the north of Syria.

    Kurdish Popular Protection Units (YPG) are now just 30 miles to the north of the city and have cut off a major supply route deep inside Isis-held territory, according to reports.

    YPG fighters, backed by US-led airstrikes and other rebels, on Tuesday consolidated gains made last week, when they seized the key town of Tal Abyad from isis on the Syria-Turkey border.

    The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed Kurdish claims that YPG forces had seized the Brigade 93 base, and that they are now on the outskirts of the town of Ayn Isa, just 30 miles north of Raqqa and deep inside Isis-held territory.

    Brigade 93 is near strategic roads linking Raqqa to other Isis positions in Aleppo province to the west and Hasakah province to the east.

    Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) fighters hold their movement’s flag under the free Syrian flag after seizing Tal Abyad on Monday Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) fighters hold their movement’s flag under the free Syrian flag after seizing Tal Abyad

    Fighting between Kurds and Isis in northern Syria has led to over 20,000 civilians to flee across the Turkish border. But it was reported that around 2,000 refugees had made their way back into Syria on Monday following the recapture of Tal Abyad.

    Rami Abdel Rahman, a spokesman for the Observatory, told the BBC that Isis had been “pushed back to the gates of Raqqa”.

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    The de facto capital is the centre of Isis’s tightly controlled command structure and administration, with religious police making regular street patrols and the central square used for public executions.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/kurds-take-back-key-base-north-of-raqqa-from-isis-as-they-build-on-recent-gains-in-northern-syria-10338227.html

  2. Rojpress
    23 حوزه‌یران 2015 له‌ 13:50

    پیشروی نیروهای کرد تا “پایتخت داعش”
    نیروهای کرد تا ۵۰ کیلومتری رقه که پایتخت دولت اسلامی به شمار می‌رود پیش رانده‌اند. از سوی دیگر پنتاگون اعلام کرده است که یکی از مهم‌ترین عوامل جذب نیرو از شمال آفریقا برای داعش را در حمله هوایی به موصل کشته شده است.

    نیروهای کرد تا ۵۰ کیلومتری رقه که به پایتخت گروه تروریستی “دولت اسلامی” تبدیل شده است، پیش رانده‌اند. رقه یکی از مهم‌ترین پایگاه‌های داعش در سوریه است. با حمایت هوایی ائتلاف ضد داعش به رهبری آمریکا و در همکاری با گروه‌های کوچک شورسیان سوری، نیروهای کرد “یگان‌های مدافع خلق” موفق شده‌اند پایگاه “تیپ ۹۳” را که در شمال رقه واقع شده، از داعش باز پس بگیرند.
    این خبر را روز سه‌شنبه (۲۳ ژوئن/ ۲ تیر) گروه ناظر حقوق بشر سوریه که مقر آن در بریتانیا است و همچنین سخنگوی “یگان‌های مدافع خلق” تایید کرده‌اند. گروه ناظر حقوق بشر سوریه اطلاعات خود را از ماموران و شاهدان عینی در محل به دست می‌آورد و راستی‌آزمایی این خبرها از سوی منابع مستقل دشوار است. بنا بر این گزارش‌ها، هر دو جبهه در نزدیکی منطقه عین‌عیسی درگیری شدیدی با یکدیگر داشته‌اند.
    بیشتر بخوانید: پیشروی ارتش سوریه در غرب پالمیرا
    پایگاه “تیپ ۹۳” را نیروهای دولت اسلامی یک سال پیش از کنترل نیروهای دولتی سوریه خارج کردند و خود کنترل آن را به دست گرفتند.
    با پیشروی کردها و تصرف پایگاه “تیپ ۹۳” می‌توان گفت که به گروه تروریستی “دولت اسلامی” ضربه بزرگی وارد شده است. مسیرهایی که رقه را به دیگر پایگاه‌های “دولت اسلامی” در اطراف شهر حلب در شمال باختری سوریه و حسکه در شمال خاوری این کشور پیوند می‌دهند، از این منطقه می‌گذرند.
    پنتاگون: يکی از سران داعش کشته شد
    از سوی دیگر وزارت دفاع آمریکا هم اعلام کرده است که در پیکار با نیروهای “دولت اسلامی” به موفقیت‌هایی دست یافته است. بنا بر این گزارش‌ها، در حملات هوایی به شهر موصل در عراق، یکی از اعضای “دولت اسلامی” که تونسی‌تبار است و الحرزی نام دارد، به قتل رسیده است.
    استیو وارن، سخنگوی پنتاگون، اعلام کرده است که این موفقیت “دولت اسلامی” را در توان خود برای جذب نیروهای جهادگرای اهل شمال آفریقا تضعیف می‌کند.
    بیشتر بخوانید: کردها “دولت اسلامی” را از شهر تل ابیض سوریه بیرون راندند
    الحرزی به دلیل نقش احتمالی در حمله به کنسولگری آمریکا در بنغازی در سپتامبر سال ۲۰۱۲ تحت تعقیب بود. در ماه مه سال ۲۰۱۵ آمریکا جایزه‌ای سه میلیون دلاری برای اطلاعاتی که موجب دستگیری یا مرگ الحزری شوند، تعیین کرده بود.
    پیکارگران کرد “یگان‌های مدافع خلق” همچنین هفته‌ی گذشته کنترل کامل شهر تل ابیض را در دست گرفته ‌و افراد گروه “دولت اسلامی” را از این شهر مرزی بیرون راندند. شهر تل ابیض در مرز ترکیه منطقه‌ای استراتژیک برای نیروهای “دولت اسلامی” به شمار می‌آمد و از دست دادن آن ضربه‌ای سنگین برای داعش بود.

    http://www.dw.com/fa-ir/%D9%BE%DB%8C%D8%B4%D8%B1%D9%88%DB%8C-%D9%86%DB%8C%D8%B1%D9%88%D9%87%D8%A7%DB%8C-%DA%A9%D8%B1%D8%AF-%D8%AA%D8%A7-%D9%BE%D8%A7%DB%8C%D8%AA%D8%AE%D8%AA-%D8%AF%D8%A7%D8%B9%D8%B4/a-18535950

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