Syrian Army, Backed by Warplanes, Hits ISIL Hard in Homs
The Syrian forces and airstrikes destroyed ISIL positions in al-Zakah valley, al-Musk valley, North of the quarries, and South of Palmyra Citadel in the Eastern countryside of Homs on Friday.
Scores of militants were killed in the military operations.
Militants’ machinegun-equipped vehicles, weapons and military equipment were also destroyed.
On Thursday, Syrian airstrikes destroyed the command posts of ISIL terrorists in the province of Homs.
The Syrian warplanes destroyed ISIL command posts in the al-Hadath village in Homs.
The airstrikes also hit the terrorists’ command posts in the vicinity of the ancient city of Palmyra, Al-Quaryatayn city and Maheen town in the province.
Senior ISIL commanders were killed in the air attacks, informed sources said. Terrorists’ vehicles were also destroyed.
Earlier on Thursday, the Syrian army resumed their anti-terrorism operations against al-Nusra Front terrorists in the province of Homs, killing dozens of militants.
The army targeted positions and movements of al-Nusra terrorists, destroying a convoy of vehicles in Dahret al-Ballan in al-Rastan area in Homs, a military source said.
The Syrian troops also destroyed several terrorists’ hideouts in various areas in Talbiseh in the same province, the source added.
Tens of Takfiri militant were killed in the army’s attacks.