Encouraged by new Victories, Syrian Forces Successfully Continue Crushing ISIS Terrorists [Video]

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August 7th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Al Mayadeen – – translated by Samer Hussein –

     Syrian forces continue their fight against ISIS terrorists on all fronts.

Earlier on Monday, Syrian Army and its allies  managed to liberate five strategic points in the eastern countryside of the central province of Homs.

According to the field reports, units of the Syrian Army were involved in intensive military operations, while pursuing the remnants of ISIS terrorists, and took control of 5 strategic points east of the village of Manuka, located in the eastern countryside of Homs province.

This comes after the Syrian Army liberated several strategic points in the areas, located south of Palmyra.

The Syrian Defense Ministry said the Syrian Air Force carried out several precise strikes, focusing on the gatherings and movements of ISIS terrorists in the areas of Jabal Al Uriyya, Ma’adan, Khamisiyah, Jaber and Nemisa, located in the southern countryside of Raqqah province.

Meanwhile, jets of the Syrian Air Force carried out new series of intense strikes against gatherings and fortifications of ISIS terrorists in the areas of Sariet Jneid, Al Jafra, the cemeteries area, and Alloush Hill, located in the vicinity of the eastern city of Deir Ez Zour, destroying several terrorist positions and vehicles, in addition to killing a large number of the terrorists.

According to military sources, Army units were involved in clashes with ISIS terrorists at the cemeteries, the surroundings of the Syrian Army Regiment 137, the Airport, and in the village of Al Baghiliyeh, located in the western countryside of Deir Ez Zour province, killing scores of the terrorists.

Earlier, a Syrian military source announced the progress of the Syrian Army in the depths of the Syrian Desert and the liberation of 10 villages in the southern countryside of Raqqah province.

Yesterday, the Syrian Army took control of the key strategic town of Al Sukhneh, also known as the last ISIS stronghold in Homs province and the Syrian Desert, after surrounding it from three directions, and first by a taking control of Mount Tantur and the Dawaheki Grotto at the outskirts of the city. 

Dozens of the terrorists were killed, and their weapons and equipment, armored vehicles and machine-guns including, were destroyed in the process.


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