ISIL Continues Vast Withdrawal from Northeastern Hama under Syrian Army Attacks

The Syrian Army troops stormed ISIL’s positions in Northeastern Hama and seized control over ten more villages on Tuesday.

The army men, backed up by missile and artillery units, managed to take control over the villages of Abu Khanadeq, Abu Kharayej, Khirbet Um Rajoum, Rasm al-Mofaker al-Halo, Rasm L-Mofaker, Rasm al-Kabar, al-Shour and Tal (hill) al-Shour, al-Zabi’eiyeh and Wadi Jahanam after heavy fighting with ISIL in Northeastern Hama.

ISIL suffered heavy casualties and its military hardware sustained major damage in the attacks.

The Syrian Army troops stormed ISIL’s strongholds in Northeastern Hama and imposed control over several villages on Monday.

The army men beat ISIL back from the villages of Ma’asran, Boyoudh Safaf, Abu al-Kheir and Modabeh in Northeastern Hama.

The army’s engineering units started defusing bombs and landmines planted by the terrorists immediately after liberating the villages.

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