Syria struggle: Rebels "capture" IS fortification of Dabiq
The revolutionaries took the vital Syrian town of Dabiq back from the Islamic State after "IS individuals pulled back", the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The little northern town holds awesome esteem for IS a direct result of a prescience of a prophetically catastrophic fight, and elements vigorously in its publicity. The progress on Dabiq is a piece of a more extensive hostile by Syrian revolt bunches.
Ahmed Osman, the officer of the Sultan Murad revolt aggregate, told Reuters news office on Sunday morning that the gathering had likewise recovered the neighboring town of Soran.
The fight for Dabiq has been working for quite a long time - with one town after another being seized from IS by revolt contenders sponsored by Turkish airstrikes. At last, it appears to have fallen on quickly after the declaration of the last ambush on Saturday.
Deliberately, it's not a noteworthy prize. Be that as it may, IS has held onto it as an image of its prophetically catastrophic vision of hard and fast encounter with its adversaries.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 1,200 IS warriors had been acquired to guard Dabiq.
It is only 10km (6 miles) from the fringe with Turkey. In August, Turkey propelled a hostile to clear the fringe district of aggressors, which means both IS and Kurdish revolutionaries battling IS.
In September, the Turkish head administrator said the 91km fringe was "altogether secured" and "all the fear monger associations were pushed back".