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Daesh attacks have decreased in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside after the international coalition killed and arrested most of its prominent leaders, and the group lost many of its sources of funding, as it used to impose taxes on the crossing traders, who became pursued by the international coalition.
The arrest of Abdul Hadi al-Qazbir and other leaders of Daesh by the Coalition in al-Bussairah city was like putting the last nail in the coffin of “Daesh” in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside, while the coalition continues to pursue the cells that impose “taxes” on people after accusing them of working for the SDF or Assad regime and the Iranians.
Analysts believe that Daesh’s attacks decreased because it has been busy searching for new places to launch its attacks from. And it is believed that it might move operations to the western countryside of Deir Ezzor and the Euphrates Shield areas, or the areas controlled by Assad regime..