According to a source of Inside Syria Media Center, at least 150 ISIS terrorists fled Albu-Kemal.
It is noted that they freely moved to the eastern shore of the Euphrates and are now in the territory controlled by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS). There was Abu Hasan al-Iraqi among the escaped militants. He was considered as one of the ISIS military emirs.
It is noteworthy that, despite all the demands of the Syrian army and its allies to strike terrorists, the US-led Coalition command refused to attack the Islamists, referring to the principles of the Geneva Convention.