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Daesh has recently adopted non-centrality in leading its groups on the background of losing a lot of members due to clashes and battles, and being chased by the International Coalition.
Aiming at protecting the rest of cells and members, Daesh’s non-centrality requires dividing countryside and towns into separated sectors. Each groups independently operates in its area of influence without uncovering all groups before all commanders.
Daesh uses the Syrian desert as a base to launch attacks a year after the United States announced eliminating Daesh’ completely and controlling its last stronghold in the area of al-Baghouz in the Deir Ezzor countryside.