Syrian Army Deploys 6 km Away from Terrorists’ Strategic Stronghold in Southern Idlib


The Syrian Army men managed to push back the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) from more positions in Southern Idlib on Monday and deployed only six kilometers away from the town of Abu Dali, the Al-Nusra’s key bastion in region.

The army men stormed the Al-Nusra positions in regions North of the village of al-Mosheirefeh and Tal (hill) al-Khanzir and managed to advance towards the town of Abu Dali in Southern Idlib.

The army men should capture Tal Moqata’a and Dajaj regions to reach Abu Dali, a field source said, adding that the army soldiers are only six kilometers away from Abu Dali after they captured Tel al-Khanzir.

Reports said earlier today that the army troops targeted the positions of Al-Nusra Front in Northeastern Hama and Southeastern Idlib on Monday and managed to take control of another key region.

The army men, supported by artillery units and Air Force, stormed Al-Nusra positions in Southeastern Idlib and imposed full control over the small town of Tal (hill) al-Khanzir West of Syriatel hill.

The army men destroyed a number of positions and command centers of the terrorists, and seized a large volume of their arms and equipment.

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