Syrian Army’s Ambush Operation Kills 35 Terrorists
The operation was carried out on Sunday night as the terrorists tried to infiltrate Jobar region in Eastern Ghouta.
The Syrian army forces in cooperation with the popular forces surrounded the terrorists and attacked them in an ambush operation and killed 35 members of Jaish al-Islam and Filaq al-Rahman terrorist groups in a several-hour-long clashes.
In a relevant development in Syria, the army thwarted a series of attacks by the Takfiri terrorists on a strategic region in Aleppo province, Northern Syria.
The Takfiri terrorists were trying to attack a strategic region of Jamiat al-Zahra in Western Aleppo, but they failed.
Aleppo has been the scene of heavy clashes between the terrorists and the Syrian troops in the last several weeks.
Also, the Syrian army backed by popular defense forces seized back a strategic town in Hama province.
The army units took control of al-Karima town before starting their advances towards Sahl al-Qab region in Western Hama.
Al-Karima town is of strategic importance because it links the three provinces of Homs, Idlib and Lattakia.
The victory in Karima paves the way for the Syrian army to move towards Shal al-Qab region.
Elsewhere, the Syrian army and the Lebanese Hezbollah forces continued their advances in the Western parts of the town of al-Zobdani.
Al-Zobdani is now the scene of fierce clashes between the Syrian and Lebanese forces and militants of Jeish al-Fath terrorist group.