Syrian Army launches major assault on rebel stronghold in northeast Daraa
The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) troops in northeast Daraa launched their largest attack of the week on Thursday night, a military source told Al-Masdar News.
Using a variety of artillery shells and surface-to-surface missiles, the Syrian Arab Army unleashed a relentless assault last night that targeted Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s positions inside the Al-Lajat region.
The Syrian Arab Army was able to score several direct hits against the jihadist forces, resulting in a series of powerful explosions that could be heard from a long distance away.
According to a military source at the government stronghold of Izra’a, the Syrian Army launched more than 30 missiles towards the jihadist-held towns of Busra Al-Sham, Busra Al-Harir, and Al-Karak.
These strikes have been ongoing since the Syrian Arab Army launched their first missiles from their base at Izra’a.
With only their southern supply route to open to Busra Al-Harir, the rebels find themselves in a world of trouble as the Syrian Army’s offensive nears.