ISIS in Syria: Resurgence and the expected future

ISIS in Syria: Resurgence and the expected future

ISIS in Syria: Resurgence and the expected future


This study reviews how ISIS cells have managed to maintain their militants despite the successive security and military operations that have affected them since 2019. In addition, the study goes over the geographical spread of these cells on Syrian territory, and identify the factors that help them to continue their activities and movements.

It also deals with the effects of the security operations against the organization, whether assassinating or arresting the group's leaders, and targeting its sources of funding, military cadres, and recruiters.

Concerning the data and information collected and reached by the research, and the observations that were recorded about the organization's activity and the circumstances surrounding it, this study comes to conclusions related to the likely fate of ISIS cells in Syria.




 

 

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