Syrian Army Deploys 2km away from ISIL’s Last Stronghold South-East of Raqqa
The army men engaged in tough battle with ISIL and drove them out of the villages of al-Namiseh, al-Jaber and al-Khamiseh, deploying 2km away from Ma’adan, the last stronghold of ISIL terrorists in the Southeastern part of Raqqa province and a key entrance to the Northwestern part of Deir Ezzur province.
Relevant reports said on Monday that the army soldiers continued to hit ISIL’s positions and imposed full control over the villages of Sharideh Sharqi and Tishrin 6th (October 6th), adding that the army units also fortified their positions between the towns of al-Dalhe and al-Namiseh along the Euphrates River towards South.
The source further added that the army men need to take back only the two villages of Jaber and al-Khamiseh to reach Ma’adan.
In the meantime, the army men engaged in clashes with ISIL in Araz al-Ka’aba region and the town of Mosheirefeh in Badiyeh (desert) in Raqqa and only 50km far from Deir Ezzur.
Also, the Syrian Air Force carried out repeated attacks on ISIL’s positions in Jabal (mount) al-Buliyeh, Ma’adan, al-Khamiseh, al-Jaber and al-Namisehin, destroying several command centers of the ISIL.