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ISIS update 6\16\2015..ISIL Acknowledges Defeat in Tal Abyad

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Syria: Army kills Notorious Terrorist Commander in Damascus

The Syrian army in a well-planned military operation killed a notorious commander of Takfiri terrorists in Damascus on Tuesday.

Abu Razi al-Torkmani was killed by the Syrian troops in al-Tazamon region in the Southern parts of Damascus today.

Al-Torkmani was a field commander of Ansar al-Islam Front terrorist group in Southern Damascus.

Earlier today, a source revealed that ISIL’s top commander in Qalamoun region Abou-Balqis al-Baghdadi was also killed in Eastern Arsal.

The source did not reveal details of al-Baghadi’s death, but said he was killed in Wadi al-Hamid region along with a former Mufti and another terrorist commander.

Abou Balqis was appointed as the head of the 200 militants in Arsal region only last month.

Arsal lies on the border between Syria and Lebanon and is of strategic importance for the Syria-based Takfiri militants.

Terrorists with the al-Nusra front and ISIL overran the Eastern Lebanese town of Arsal, situated 124 kilometers (77 miles) Northeast of the capital, Beirut, last August, killing and capturing more than three dozen soldiers and security forces.

Later the two rival terrorist group engaged in fierce clashes over who should control the town.

Analyst: Syria Preparing for New Military Gains in Coming Days

A senior political analyst said the Syrian government will start earning military gains in the coming days.

“Syria will witness new political and military developments in favor of the Damascus government,” Researcher Suleiman Suleiman told FNA on Tuesday.

He further pointed out that the recent military victories of the Syrian army shows that attempts to make the situation in Northern Syria critical have failed.

Suleiman said that the Syrian army is preparing for massive ground and air operations to purge Northern Syria of Takfiri terrorists.

“The intensified attacks by the terrorists at the present juncture shows that no political plan (for resolving the Syrian crisis) can be raised in international circles,” he added.

In May, a Syrian military expert said that the recent victories of the army and the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement in Damascus countryside made the plans of the terrorists’ coalition for the al-Qalamoun region to fall flat.

“Al-Qalamoun is the scene of battle and crushing the bones of a coalition of terrorist groups known a Jaysh Al-Fath who plotted to advance towards Al-Qalamoun in two fronts in the South and the North after the visit of Zahran Aloush (commander of Jaysh al-Islam terrorist group affiliated to the Islamic Front) to Turkey, but the Syrian army and the Lebanese resistance movement ushered in the al-Qalamoun battle with the goal of defeating the terrorists’ plots,” Syrian Military Expert Ali Maqsoud told FNA.

Zahran Aloush has recently met Ahmed Issa al-Sheikh, the former commander of Saqour al-Sham in Istanbul to coordinate for terrorist attacks in al-Qalamoun.

“The Syrian army and the resistance movement’s control over 385 square kilometers of al-Qalamoun and destroying the military infrastructures of the terrorists foiled the terrorists’ strategic plan for linking Al-Qalamoun to al-Haramoun.

ISIL Senior Commander Killed in Mosul Airstrikes

Local sources in Iraq confirmed that a senior ISIL leader was killed in military operations in the Nineveh province on Tuesday.

Abu Alla Al-Souri was killed in an airstrike in the city of Mosul, capital of Nineveh, today, the sources said.

Al-Souri was in charge of ISIL’s liaison affairs between Mosul and the city of Reqqa in Syria.

Four other ISIL terrorists were also killed along with Al-Souri.

On Saturday, another senior ISIL leader was killed in clashes with rival Al-Nusra Front terrorist group in Al-Qalamoun region in Syria.

Abu Bakr al-Raqawi, who was in charge of ISIL’s intelligence affairs in Al-Qalamoun region, was killed in heavy clashes between the two main Takfiri terrorist groups in al-Flita region in al-Qalamoun.

Al-Raqawi was from Reqqa, a region in Northern Syria, who joined the Free Syrian Army (FSA) with the outbreak of the crisis in Syria in March 2011. After almost all FSA members defected to other terrorist groups, Al-Raqawi joined Al-Nusra Front; but he later changed his decision once again and joined ISIL recently.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control shrinking swathes of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorist group admitted losing the
strategic border town of Tal Abyad in Northern Syria to the Kurdish
People’s Protection Units (YPG).
people of Reqqa city said that they have heard ISIL militants
acknowledging defeat in Tal Abyad, the Arabic-language service of
Kurdish Rudaw news website reported on Tuesday.
The Kurdish website noted that sporadic clashes
still continue in some villages in the Western parts of Tal Abyad and
Eastern Kobani.
Earlier today, the Kurdish fighters gained full
control over Tal Abyad after inflicting heavy casualties on the ISIL
Takfiri terrorists.
According to reports, the Syrian Kurds made huge
gains in their fight against the ISIL terrorists in Northern border
areas and established full control over Tal Abyad.
The reports added a few pockets of the terrorists
are still holed up in the district and that the Kurdish forces are
carrying out clean-up operations to purge the area from the remnants of
the militants.
More than 40 ISIL terrorists lost their lives in the operation.
The latest developments came after the Kurdish
forces fully surrounded the strategic town after seizing a border post
and cutting a major road linking Tal Abyad to Raqqa, which is currently
under ISIL control and serves as its de facto capital.
The seizure of Al Abyad came after the Kurdish
forces seized back another important town named Suluk from the ISIL
Control on Monday.
Yesterday, the YPG forces seized back the Suluk town from the ISIL control.
The YPG has made a determined push into Reqqa
province from neighboring Hasaka where it has driven ISIL from wide
areas of territory since early May.
On Sunday, a YPG statement said that its fighters had encircled Suluk.
It said that the ISIL terrorists had lost control over Suluk and Kurdish forces were advancing toward Tal Abyad.
It also said the road linking Tal Abyad with Reqqa was under YPG control.
The loss of Suluk and Tal Abyad is a major blow to the ISIL group.
The border towns are major avenues for commerce
for the extremist group — through which it smuggles in foreign fighters
and sells black-market oil. The city is also a key link between Turkey
and the Northern Syrian city of Reqqa, the de-facto capital of the ISIL
group’s self-declared caliphate.


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