Army achieves new advancement in al-Safa hills, Sweida
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, Sept 27, IRNA -- Syrian army units killed scores of Daesh (ISIS) terrorists including a number of snipers while advancing in the area of al-Safa hills, the last bastion of the Takfiri organization in the depth of Sweida eastern Badyia (desert).
SANA reporter in Sweida said that army units, in cooperation with the supporting forces, engaged in fierce clashes with Daesh terrorists between the rocky cliffs in the direction of Qabir al-Sheikh Hussein in the area of al-Safa hills in parallel with conducting airstrikes and bombardments against positions and gatherings of terrorists in the area and its depth.
The reporter added that army units established control over new areas of the cliffs that are full of caves and strategic positions used as fortifications by terrorists after killing many terrorists including a number of snipers, in addition to destroying their barricades, ammunition and machineguns.
The reporter added that the new advancement achieved by army units on the western, southwestern and northwestern axes of al-Safa hills led to tightening the noose on Daesh terrorists and cutting their supply routes in al-Safa hills, in addition to depriving them of most of their water resources and foiling their infiltration attempts amid a state of successive collapses among their ranks in the depth of the area.
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