Syria: Army Wins Back Strategic Towns in Idlib Province
The Syrian army continued its advances in Idlib in Northwestern Syria, and seized back two strategic towns in the province from the Takfiri terrorists.
The Jeish al-Fath terrorists were pushed back by the Syrian army from Tal Khatab and Al-Mushrefiya towns in Idlib province.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured in heavy clashes with the Syrian troops in Idlib.
On Sunday, the Syrian army thwarted heavy attacks by Jeish al-Fath, a coalition of different terrorist groups in Syria, on a strategic region in Idlib province.
The army units repelled attacks by hundreds of Jeish al-Fath terrorists on the Syrian army’s positions in Farika al-Abid in Idlib.
The terrorists attack started when hundreds of Jeish al-Fath members launched a massive offensive operation on the Syrian army’s positions from the two sides of Sugar Factory-Ariha Highway and Bashlamoun Tala-Al-Manta.
Jeish al-Fath is a military alliance of the terrorist groups that was formed on March 24. Jeish al-Fath comprises of several Takfiri and non-Takfiri terrorist groups and one of the main reasons for the rise of clashes among Jeish al-Fath subgroups is their ideological differences.
There are many factions, including Ahrar al-Sham and al-Nusra, in Jeish al-Fath that do not agree politically, but have banded together for territorial gains.