Syrian Army Ends Terrorists’ Presence in Sweida Desert


The Syrian Army troops managed to purge the Suweida’s Badiyeh (desert) and Southeastern part of Damascus province of terrorists, military sources confirmed on Tuesday.

The sources said that the army and resistance forces drove terrorists out of Badiyeh in Sweida province and captured several regions.

The Arabic-language al-Mayadeen TV network, meantime, reported that the army and resistance forces, took full control over Sweida’s Badiyeh and the Southeastern territories of Damascus province up to the banned-zone under US’ control in Southern Syria after their advances in Badiyeh.

Relevant reports said in August that army troops stormed ISIL’s defense lines in Southeastern Sweida and imposed full control over a region 100sq/km in area.

The army units engaged in tough battle with ISIL and pushed them back from Tal (hill) Asadi, Tal Jarin, Tal al-Rayahin and Ba’ar al-Sabouni region and later continued their advance towards Ba’ar al-Sawt.

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