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Syria in Last 24 Hours: ISIL Heavily Defeated in Failed Attack in Homs

The ISIL terrorists’ heavy offensive against the government troops’ positions was warded off by the Syrian army in Badiyeh (desert) region in Eastern Homs.

The Syrian army units engaged in fierce clashes with the ISIL terrorists who had attacked their positions in Eastern Badiyeh of Homs near Hamimeh region and T3 Station on Thursday.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.

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

Homs

The Syrian army repelled the ISIL terrorists’ heavy offensive against their positions in Badiyeh (desert) region in Eastern Homs.

The Syrian army units engaged in fierce clashes with the ISIL terrorists who had attacked their positions in Eastern Badiyeh of Homs near Hamimeh region and T3 Station on Thursday.

Meantime, the Syrian air force launched airstrikes on the terrorists’ positions in the Eastern parts of T3 Station and other regions of clashes.

Field sources also said that the army repelled the terrorists’ offensive, inflicting heavy tolls on the militants and destroying their military equipment.

Deir Ezzur

Dozens of civilians were killed and wounded in the US-led coalition airstrikes and the Washington-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) attacks in Eastern and Northern Deir Ezzur.

Field sources reported on Thursday that the US fighter jets’ attacks on the town of al-Souseh in Southeastern Deir Ezzur killed a civilian and wounded a number of others.

Also, the Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper reported that tens of civilians were killed and injured after the SDF opened heavy fire on protesting civilians near al-Sayad oil field in Northern Deir Ezzur, adding that some of the wounded are in critical conditions.

The civilians set fire at the field after the SDF attack, forcing the Kurdish forces to flee the scene.

Meantime, field sources said that a number of residents of the village of al-Sajar near al-Sayad region were wounded in tensions and clashes between the civilians and Kurdish forces.

Quneitra-Dara’a

The terrorists in Quneitra and Dara’a fear the Syrian army’s imminent military operations in the region, local sources said on Thursday, adding that a new wave of insecurities has spread in regions occupied by the militants.

Four terrorists were killed and a number of others were wounded after a bomb was detonated in a car carrying Jeish al-Ababil Hourn-Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants near the strongholds of Ansar al-Islam Front, affiliated to the FSA, in the village of all-Bariqeh in Quneitra.

Local sources in Quneitra reported that the Syrian army’s dispatch of forces and equipment to the region has started fear and horror among the terrorists, adding that they accuse each other of betrayal and attempt to flee to the army-led areas to receive amnesty from the Syrian government.

Hama

The Syrian army gave an ultimatum to the terrorists in Northern Hama to surrender, field sources said on Thursday, adding that a convoy of militants which was moving towards the army was pounded.

The sources said that the Syrian army helicopters distributed leaflets over the towns and villages of Northern Hama, calling on the terrorists to lay down arms and surrender to the army forces.

Meantime, the Syrian army’s artillery and missile units in the village of Tal Malah in Northern Hama targeted the terrorists in the village of al-Jaisat who were approaching the army positions.

The sources also said that the Syrian forces destroyed several military vehicles of the terrorists, killing a large number of them.

Damascus

Thousands of popular forces have joined the Syrian army in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus after over a month of government control over the region.

The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper reported on Thursday that over 8,000 popular forces have joined the army after the end of military operations in Eastern Ghouta.

Also, nearly 1,200 militants have gone to the army’s peace centers in Eastern Ghouta and demanded amnesty from the government and urged to join the Syrian army.

The Syrian army regained full control of Eastern Ghouta of Damascus in mid April.

Hundreds of ex-militants that had earlier handed over their weapons received government’s pardoning in Bebeila region on Wednesday approximately 20 days after the Syrian Army imposed control over Southern Damascus.

A sum of 800 militants that had laid down their arms and endorsed the peace agreement with the army in Bebeila received government’s amnesty.

The government has recently started granting amnesty to the militants in Northern Homs and Southern Hama.

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