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    May 2, 2017

    Terrorists Pressure Civilians Amid Syrian Army Victories



    May 2nd, 2017 - Fort Russ News -
    - Agencies - - by Samer Hussein -

    Syrian military activities against the terrorists continued on Tuesday.

    In the province of Daraa, army units killed scores of Al Nusra Front terrorists and destroyed their machine-gun nests and vehicles. Since morning, intense strikes are being carried out in the neighborhoods of Al Sad Road, Al Abbasiyeh, Al Furn, the surrounding areas of Aljamrouk Al Qadim and to the south of Ber al-Shayyiah, located at the southeastern outskirts of Daraa city.

    Sadly the day did not pass without the terrorists attacking civilians. South of Hasakeh, ISIS terrorists carried out bombing of a camp for displaces people. At least 30 people were killed and about 100 more wounded.

    The attack comes amid heavy losses that ISIS terrorists are facing in the eastern province of Deir Ez Zour. Earlier on Tuesday, Syrian forces killed Hassan Abdel-Hamid Al-Malaa Ali (also known as "Abu Yousif Al Ansari"), the self-proclaimed emir of ISIS and a top-ranking terrorist. He was killed during clashes, close to the contested area of Al Rusafa town. The latter is known for being the provincial capital of ISIS in Deir Ez Zour province.

    The army also managed to foil an ISIS infiltration in the western countryside of Homs. In addition, Syrian troops managed to regain control over Talat Al Turikis and Talat Al Alam, following violent clashes which left dozens of ISIS terrorists dead or injured.





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