Syrian Army Troops Beat ISIL Back from More Lands in Eastern Homs
The pro-government military forces pushed back ISIL’s offensive on their strongholds near al-Maher oilfield, inflicting major casualties on the militants.
Following the ISIL attack, the Syrian army men launched a rapid counter-attack and took back more lands in the region.
ISIL suffered a heavy death toll in the army raid on its positions near al-Ma’at hill, al-Awamid and North of al-Sawaneh hill.
In the meantime, terrorists’ bases and supply lines in Wadi al-Salim East of the village of al-Quneitrat and towards Talbiseh, and in Kafr Laha in al-Houla region came under attack by the Syrian army troops, the clashes still continue.
In relevant developments in the province on Wednesday, Syrian and Russian fighter jets pounded the positions of Ahrar al-Sham and Fatah al-Sham Front in Northern Homs, claiming the lives of scores of militants.
A large number of Fatah al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham were killed or wounded and their military equipment were destroyed in the joint air raid of the Syrian and Russian aircraft in Talbiseh, al-Qajar and al-Rastan.
The Syrian warplanes also bombed ISIL’s gathering heavily near al-Sha’er oilfield.
Two missile launch-pads and two military vehicles of Fatah al-Sham were also targeted by the Syrian army soldiers in the village of al-Mokaramiyeh in al-Sa’an al-Aswad region.
Several Takfiri terrorists were killed in the Syrian army attacks in the villages of al-Qajar and al-Ghantou in Northern Homs.