Over 50 More ISIL Terrorists Including Commanders Killed in Palmyra
The army units targeted ISIL’s positions in Tadmur region, killing 52 militants, including Obayd al-Na’eimi, Neskhadov Khan from Chechnya, Abu Torab al-Maleki from Saudi Arabia and Head of ISIL’s information Hamad al-Hajajami.
A workshop of terrorist used to manufacture hell canons and another missile-building workshop came under attacks by the Syrian soldiers in al-Rastan North of Homs.
In the meantime, five bomb-laden suicide vehicles of the ISIL were destroyed in the army attack.
Meanwhile, army’s artillery units pounded bases of Fatah al-Sham Front (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in al-Za’afaraniyeh and al-Qantou in Northern Homs, leaving a number of militants dead.
Reports said earlier today that the Syrian Air Force carried out several combat flights over ISIL’s positions in the Western and Southwestern directions of the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur) in Eastern Homs, killing 116 militants and wounding many more.
The fighter jets pounded ISIL’s positions in the regions of Abu Kaleh Dam and Qasr al-Hayer, killing 116 terrorists and destroying 12 vehicles, including bomb-laden ones.
The Syrian state news agency reported that over 70 ISIL militants were killed in air raid in Albu Kaleh and several rocket launchers and machinegun-equipped vehicles were destroyed.
In the meantime, over 46 ISIL fighters were killed and seven machinegun-equipped vehicles and five bomb-laden suicide cars were destroyed in army aircraft’s raid in Qasr al-Hayer, the agency added.
The Syrian army troops for their part targeted ISIL’s positions near al-Katibeh al-Mahjoureh.