Syrian Army kicks off major offensive against ISIS in southeast Syria
On Thursday morning, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), alongside their allies from Hezbollah, kicked off an important offensive in the vast Badiya Al-Sham region of southeast Syria.
Led by a plethora of divisions, the Syrian Arab Army stormed the Islamic State’s (ISIS) positions at the eastern countryside of Al-Sweida from their positions in southeast Homs.
According to local military journalists, the Syrian Army and their allies scored a major advance against the terrorist forces, liberating the Al-Ashrafiyah, Al-Mushayrifah, Rahbat Mushayrifah, and Awra areas of Badiya Al-Sham.
The Syrian Army and their allies are attempting to advance from two different axes, with the primary assault coming from the Tal Al-Asfar area.