Over 50 Terrorists Killed, Wounded in Syrian Army Rapid Advances in Idlib Province


The Syrian Army troops’ devastating advances against the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) in Southeastern Idlib have thus far left over 50 terrorists dead or wounded, military sources confirmed on Tuesday.

The sources said that the army units stormed the Al-Nusra gathering centers and strongholds in their push towards the villages of Abu Dali in Southeastern Idlib, killing or wounding over 50 terrorists.

The sources further added that other terrorist groups in Idlib province have rushed to assist Al-Nusra with fresh forces and military equipment to slow down the army men’s advances towards Abu al-Dhohour base in Southeastern Idlib and also towards Morek and Khan Sheikhoun, the main bastions of the terrorists in Southern and Eastern Idlib.

The army soldiers are pushing towards Abu al-Dhohour base through Northeastern Hama, Ithriya-al-Shakousiyeh in Hama and Khanasser in Southern Aleppo.

Reports said on Monday that the army troops pushed the Al-Nusra Front back from more regions in Northeastern Hama and entered Idlib province for the first time in the last three years.

The army men exchanged heavy fire with the Al-Nusra in Northeastern Hama and imposed control over the town of al-Mosheirefeh in Southern Idlib, entering the Northwestern province for the first time after three years.

Also, a field source confirmed that the army entered Idlib province.

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