Syrian Army Launches Massive Operations in Homs against ISIL, Al-Nusra, Ahrar Al-Sham
After clashes with a terrorist group which had attacked the Salamiyeh-Homs road from al-Ameriyeh, the Syrian army units could ward off their offensive and inflicted heavy losses and injuries on them, forcing the remaining militants to flee towards al-Badiyeh (Desert) region.
Also, the army forces targeted the ISIL terrorists with artillery fire in Northern al-Mushrefiyeh region in Eastern Homs which killed most of the militants and smashed their military vehicles.
Also, in Northern Homs, the al-Nusra Front’s gathering centers in Tir Ma’alla village came under attack, which destroyed their military vehicles.
The Syrian troops also pounded the bases and supply routes of Ahrar al-Sham terrorists in Um Sharshouh village in Northern Homs with artillery fire, blowing up one of the militants’ bases and their military vehicles and killing a large number of them.
On Wednesday, the Syrian army troops and air force targeted ISIL’s concentration centers and gatherings in the ancient city of Palmyra and its outskirts, inflicting more than a dozen casualties on the terrorists.
The army men targeted the positions and movements of ISIL East of the Fourth Station and in Ba’ar al-Fawa’erah region West of Tadmur, killing over 13 militants and wounding several more.
The army aircraft also pounded ISIL’s positions and movements in the city of Palmyra and nearby areas, in Badiyeh al-Qarbi (the Western Desert), the Fourth Station and the villages of al-Tiyas and Sharifeh in Eastern Homs, leaving a number of militants dead and their military vehicles, canons and rocket launchers destroyed.
Also, the army men stormed ISIL’s gatherings in the villages of Habreh al-Sharqi, Habreh al-Qarbi, Rasm Hamideh, Jubb Habal, Abu Qatour, Unq al-Hawa, Abu Hawadid, Jubb Hamad and Sharifeh on Tuesday, killing or wounding a large number of militants.
In the meantime, the army troops targeted a gathering of Fatah al-Sham’s commanders near al-Rastan town, killing and wounding several commanders.