Daesh have been run out of the northern Syria town, although they left a lot of land mines behind as a token of their appreciation.
Dabiq is central to ISIL propaganda, with the group citing ancient prophecy declaring the town as the scene of an apocalyptic battle between Christianity and Islam.
The group named its online magazine after Dabiq, which it had occupied since August 2014.
Daesh had themselves fairly convinced that they were going to take out the infidels from bases in the town and from there go on to establish a global Islamic caliphate. That doesn't seem to have been the case.