Nusra Operations Room in Homs Destroyed in Syrian Army Attack, Heavy Death Toll Reported
The missile units shelled the operations room of Fatah al-Sham and Rejalullah militants in Housh Hajaw, destroying it completely.
A number of terrorists were killed and several military vehicles of them were destroyed in the missile attack.
In the meantime, the army’s artillery units targeted the gatherings and movements of al-Nusra in Northern Homs, inflicting major losses on the militants.
Also, the Syrian fighter jets raided ISIL’s military positions in the surrounding areas of the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur) on Friday, killing over a dozen terrorists, including a notorious commander.
Abu Omar al-Saraqebi, a senior commander of the ISIL, was among 15 ISIL terrorists killed in the Syrian airstrikes on the Southern part of the village of Sharifeh in the Eastern countryside of Homs.
An armored vehicle of the ISIL terrorist group was also destroyed in aerial bombardments.
The Syrian air force also pounded the ISIL’s gathering centers and movements in the surrounding areas of T4 airbase, destroying two tanks and several military vehicles.
Meantime, the Syrian army retook more lands South and West of the T4 airbase in Eastern Homs, including several hilltops and regions overlooking Alfo Sefat road.
The Syrian army continued its advances in the Southwestern part of Homs province today, inflicting heavy losses on the terrorists near the ancient Assyrian city of al-Quaryatayn.
The army units launched another powerful offensive near al-Quaryatayn in the Southwestern part of Homs province.
Meantime, the Syrian army backed by the Russian airstrikes stormed the Southern countryside of the T4 airbase and liberated large chunks of the territory amid their advances towards the village of Al-Baridah.
A military source in Homs reiterated that the Syrian army managed to kill as many as 25 ISIL terrorists while destroying an armored and 7 technical vehicles South of the T4 airbase.