Syrian Army Troops Cut Militants’ Supply Routes in Aleppo Province
The entire supply lines of the ISIS terrorist group came under the grip of the Syrian government forces.
The Syrian army killed and wounded scores of the ISIS militants in Aleppo province.
The Syrian army also inflicted heavy losses on the terrorist groups in other key province across Syria.
The Syrian army and popular forces continued their advances in Aleppo province, and managed to disconnect the terrorists’ supply routes on Monday.
The army units and popular forces cut off the terrorists’ supply routes from Rashedeen 4 and 5 neighborhoods to Khalidiyah region in the Western side of the town of Khan Touman in Aleppo province.
Scores of terrorists were killed and wounded in heavy clashes with the Syrian army and popular forces near Khan Touman.
Earlier on Monday, the Syrian army sources announced that at least 60 terrorists were killed and many more were wounded in a joint offensive of the Syrian Army troops and the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters in the Southern part of Aleppo province.
“The Syrian government forces engaged in a tough battle with the terrorists of Jeish al-Fatah near Khan Touman, which ended in the killing of at least 60 Takfiri militants, and destroyed the group’s military hardware in large scale,” the sources said.
The Syrian and Russian fighter jets, in a series of fresh joint combat flights, targeted the terrorist groups’ positions in a key neighborhood of the town of Kahn Touman in the Southern part of Aleppo province and inflicted heavy death toll on the militants.
Strongholds of the Takfiri terrorists in al-Rashedeen neighborhood’s Southern farms were massively targeted by the Syrian and Russian fighter jets.
The terrorists suffered a heavy death toll and their military equipment sustained major damage in the attacks.
Local sources said several terrorists, including a security official of the ISIS-affiliated Liwa al-Ansar, were killed in a fresh round of infighting with their rivals from the al-Nusra Front in the Southern countryside of the capital city of Damascus.
“Liwa al-Ansar’s security commander, alongside two of his comrades, were killed in clashes between the terrorist group and its rival of al-Nusra Front in the Palestinian Yarmouk refugee camp in the Southern part of the capital,” the sources said.
The Syrian fighter jets carried out several combat sorties over ISIS bases in the Northeastern part of Hama province, inflicting major damage on the terrorist group’s military vehicles and equipment.
The ISIS concentration centers and bases near the village of Jani al-Albawi, East of the town of Ithriya, near the town of Aqayrabat and the Northeastern side of Aqayrabat were massively bombed by the Syrian fighter jets.
The ISIS military hardware, weapons, bases’ infrastructures and machinegun-equipped vehicles sustained major damage in the attacks.
Aqayrabat in a main supply center of the ISIS in the Syrian desert used by the terrorist group to launch attacks on the residential building blocks and oil wells near the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur) in the Eastern part of Homs province.
Reports said earlier on Monday that the Syrian fighter jets carried out several combat sorties over the ISIS terrorists’ positions across Hama countryside, damaging at least 12 military-supply vehicles of the group.
The Syrian air attacks inflicted major damage on the Takfiri group’s military hardware, and meantime, killed at least nine ISIS terrorists near the city of Hama.
Informed sources announced on Monday that a notorious field commander of the ISIS terrorist group, alongside three of his comrades, was killed in an airstrike in the Northeastern province of Raqqa.
“Abu Yousef al-Jazrawi, one of the senior commanders of the ISIS with Saudi nationality, was killed in the Syrian fighter jets’ raid on a jeep carrying al-Jazrawi and his three bodyguards,” the sources said.
“The ISIS jeep, reportedly carrying al-Jazrawi, was completely set ablaze in the air attack,” the sources added.
The Syrian Army troops alongside popular forces pushed the ISIS terrorists back from more territories near two main oilfields in the Eastern part of Homs province.
The ISIS left behind tens of the dead and wounded members and fled its strongholds near al-Sha’er and al-Maher oilfields under the heavy offensives of the Syrian government forces.
The ISIS military hardware also sustained major damage in the attacks.
The Syrian fighter jets also hit heavily the ISIS concentration centers near al-Maher, al-Sha’er, Eastern side of Palmyra, the village of Um al-Tababir and al-Masak valley, which ended in the killing or injuring of dozens of the terrorists.
Meantime, at least 30 members of the ISIS were killed and many more were wounded in the terrorist group’s assaults on the government forces’ strongholds near an oil-rich region in the Eastern part of Homs province.
The Syrian Army troops and the National Defense Forces repelled the ISIS offensive to break through the government forces’ position near al-Maher oil-gas field, which ended in the killing of scores of the militants and destruction of their military vehicle and equipment.
The Syrian Army troops destroyed another ISIS workshop used for making heavy ammunition in the Southern province of Dara’a.
The Syrian soldiers stormed the ISIS terrorists’ large workshop for manufacturing rockets and mortar shells in Dara’a province, which ended in the destruction the workshop building and the machinery inside it.
Several members of the ISIS were also killed in the attacks.