Up to 50 Senior ISIS Fighters From UK Set to Fight to the End – Report

The terrorist group has been rapidly losing territory over the last two years under pressure from Russian and Syrian forces, as well as the US and its allies. It also allegedly faces internal disputes, with some of the group’s fighters having attempted to kill Daesh* leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, according to The Guardian.

Despite the Daesh* terrorist group’s territory in Syria continuing to shrink, many of its members are refusing to give up and clinging to the remaining sliver of land that they have under their control. Many of the hard-core Daesh* members who have decided to stay to make a last stand are foreign fighters, who went to Syria and Iraq in 2014-2016, with up to 50 of them being British citizens, the Daily Star reported.