The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) sent reinforcements to the central region of Syria after ISIS launched new attacks in the Badiya Al-Sham.
According to a source, the Syrian Army sent reinforcements to the desert area between the ancient city of Palmyra and the large town of Al-Sukhnah in eastern Homs.
These reinforcements were sent to the desert of eastern Homs after the ISIS ambushed a group of Syrian Arab Army and Hezbollah soldiers near the city of Palmyra.
As a result of this attack, at least four Syrian Army soldiers and one Hezbollah fighter were martyred.
The Syrian Arab Army has been forced to shift their attention to this vast desert region after ISIS’ string of losses in the eastern region of the Euphrates River Valley.
A source told Al-Masdar earlier this week that an estimated 1,500-3,000 ISIS terrorists are believed to be active in the Badiya Al-Sham region, which is located in central Syria.