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Syrian Army’s Sporadic Attacks Inflict Major Losses on Terrorists in Dara’a

2 January 2016 12:26


The Syrian Army announced on Saturday that its troops and their popular allies carried out several attacks on the militants’ strongholds in the Northern countryside and Southern neighborhoods of Dara’a city, and killed tens of terrorists.

“Al-Sekak buildings in the Northern countryside of Dara’a witnessed heavy clashes between the Syrian forces and the militant groups, in which the pro-government forces killed or injured dozens of the militants,” the army said.

“There were several clashes between the Syria forces and the militant groups in Dara’a al-Mahatta near Nazehin camp and in Dara’a al-Balad near al-Arbaeen neighborhood, which ended in the destruction of the terrorists’ fortified strongholds,” the army said.

“Over 13 Takfiri terrorists were killed and many more were wounded in the army attacks in al-Bado and al-Jumruk al-Qadim in Dara’a al-Balad,” the army went on to say.

The Syrian forces have had good records of hitting the militants’ gathering hard in the recent weeks, including recapturing of Sheikh Meskeen.

On Friday, reports from Dara’a said terrorists are pinned down behind their defense lines North of the province after sustaining large casualties in a fresh round of attacks by the Syrian army and popular forces.

“The Syrian army troops and the country’s National Defense Forces (NDF) raided the militants’ centers in the Northeastern part of Athman town, which claimed the lives of many terrorists and destroyed their military vehicles,” the sources said.

“The pro-government forces’ attacks were so heavy that did not permit the militant groups to even think about counter-attack. They could not leave their trenches to transfer the injured members to second defense lines,” the sources added.

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