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Syria in Last 24 Hours – Massive tweets !!

Monday, November 7, 2016 9:17
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The Syrian army struck a heavy blow at the terrorists by destroying their tunnel in Damascus countryside.

The Syrian troops continued their offensive operations against the Takfiri groups in Damascus countryside, uncovering a tunnel connecting a number of buildings in the area.

Meantime, the Syrian army and popular forces continued their military advances in other parts of Syria, including Daraa and Hama, over the past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in key provinces of Syria.

In Damascus syrian Army troops discovered and detonated a long tunnel of the terrorists in Southwestern Damascus, killing at least 15 militants including three commanders.

Fifteen members of Fatah al-Sham Front (the al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) and Ahrar al-Sham, including three commanders, were killed after the Syrian army targeted their hideout in a tunnel in Khan al-Sheih region.

The army men also seized a workshop of the terrorists used for manufacturing mortar shells and missiles near Khan al-Sheih.

The army soldiers also seized terrorists’ arms and ammunition depot with US and Israel-made weapons.

In Idlib top commanders of Fatah al-Sham Front (formerly al-Nusra Front) as well as a number of their counterparts in other terrorist groups that are deployed in Idlib voiced opposition to the transfer of the militants, who agreed on Saturday to leave their positions in Southwestern Damascus to relocate to Idlib.

“While the representatives of Damascus and militant groups are working jointly on relocating those militants, who have agreed to leave their positions in the regions of Khan al-Sheih, al-Zakiyeh, Moqilibiyeh, al-Tibeh, al-Hosseiniyeh and al-Keswat al-Sharghiyeh farms, the leaders of Fatah al-Sham have rejected militants’ request to be transferred to Idlib,” media sources said.

“In the meantime, the Syrian government has voiced opposition to the relocation of militants of Khan al-Sheih and its surroundings in the provinces of Daraa or Quneitra,” the sources added.
“The terrorists in Western Ghouta have been in close contact with al-Mouk Operation Room in Jordan,” the sources said.

“The Fatah al-Sham central command has accused militants in Khan al-Sheih of betrayal in their battle against the government forces in Darayya, saying negligence of these militants gave the upper hand to the Syrian army in the region,” the sources added.

Based on the peace agreement with government, militants in Khan al-Sheih were to hand over their heavy weapons, equipment and the map of landmine-planted areas to the Syrian army and in return the army would allow them to leave the region for Idlib carrying only their light firearms.

The agreed peace plan was expected to come into force to relocate the terrorists to Idlib from their largest base in Southwestern Damascus.

With the exit of the militants from Western Ghouta, the army would find a much stronger control over the security ring around the capital and al-Salam highway connecting Damascus to Quneitra.

The militants in Khan al-Sheih in Western Ghouta voiced concession on Saturday to the Syrian Army terms for their evacuation from the town to be relocated to Idlib province.

“Liberation of most regions near Khan al-Sheih and repelling the entire attacks of the terrorists who sought to lift the siege on Khan al-Sheih by the Syrian army forced the militants to decide to leave the town and hand it over to the government forces,” army sources said.

“Terrorists have requested to be transferred to Daraa, but Damascus and representatives of the Syrian army have voiced opposition because of the fierce clashes underway in that province,” they added.

Talks between the Syrian army and Fatah al-Sham Front failed last week and terrorists did not agree to leave the town.

In the aftermath of the failure of the talks, the Syrian army increased its attacks on the terrorists’ positions and the siege on Khan al-Sheih was also tightened.

Following the army advances, the terrorists agreed relocation to Idlib.

Based on similar plans, Damascus always offers the militants amnesty in return for their surrender or their relocation to Idlib.

Thousands of militants in different besieged towns in Western Ghouta, including Mo’adhamaiyeh and Darayya, have taken the chance to receive amnesty or be relocated to Idlib in the last two months.

In Daraa Syrian army troops struck several gatherings of Fatah al-Sham Front in Northern Daraa, killing at least 15 and wounding a dozen more.

The army men struck the position of Fatah al-Sham in the towns of Jalin and Tal (Hill) Sheikh Hossein, killing at least 15 militants and destroying their equipment and two missile launcherpads.

The government troops also stormed Fatah al-Sham’s positions in Tariq al-Assad neighborhood in Dara’a al-Balad district, destroying the militants’ vehicles and bases.

Other army units, chased and targeted an oil tanker of the ISIL terrorists in the village of Sha’af in Sweida.
In Hama Syrian army troops and National Defense Forces in a joint offensive drove Jeish al-Izzah terrorist group out of the positions that it had captured in the Northwestern Hama on Saturday.

Syrian government forces, backed up by the Syrian fighter jets and artillery units, struck Jeish al-Izzah’s positions and took back Shelwat checkpoint and the village of Abu Obeideh, killing at least 20 militants and destroying their arms and ammunition.

After the terrorists’ Saturday attack, a large number of popular forces, deployed in Maardeh, were sent to al-Malah.

The terrorist group retreated from the battlefield to al-Latamina after sustaining heavy casualties.

Syrian army troops struck several gatherings of Fatah al-Sham Front in Northern Daraa, killing at least 15 and wounding a dozen more.

The army men struck the position of Fatah al-Sham in the towns of Jalin and Tal (Hill) Sheikh Hossein, killing at least 15 militants and destroying their equipment and two missile launcherpads.

The government troops also stormed Fatah al-Sham’s positions in Tariq al-Assad neighborhood in Dara’a al-Balad district, destroying the militants’ vehicles and bases.

Other army units, chased and targeted an oil tanker of the ISIL terrorists in the village of Shaaf in Sweida.

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