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Dozens of Terrorists Killed in Syrian Army Offensive Near Al-Tharda Mountain


The Syrian army and its allies’ attacks on terrorists’ positions near al-Tharda mountain in the Southern parts of Deir Ezzur killed and wounded tens of them.
The operations also destroyed a tank and military vehicle of the terrorists which was equipped with heavy machine gun.

The Syrian Air Force also targeted dens of ISIL Takfiri terrorists in al-Bugheiliyeh village, West of Deir Ezzur city, destroying a number of gatherings and vehicles equipped with heavy machineguns

In the Southeastern countryside of Deir Ezzur province, the Air Force intensified sorties targeting gatherings of ISIL Takfiri terrorists and their vehicles in the villages of al-Jafra and al-Mrei’iyeh.

An army unit destroyed the ISIL’s military operation sites in al-Rushdiyeh neighborhood in Deir Ezzur city.

The Syrian Army troops launched large-scale offensives on ISIL’s positions on Wednesday to beat back the terrorists from their positions in an oil-rich region.

The Syrian soldiers stormed the ISIL’s strongholds near Tayyem oilfield and inflicted a heavy death toll on the militants.

In the meantime, at least 25 ISIL terrorists, including 10 fighters under-the-age 16, were killed and many more were wounded in the Syrian army’s attacks in al-Huweija district and al-Tharda mountain.

Earlier reports said that Syrian Army Aircraft carried out several combat sorties over ISIL’s bases in the Southern and Southeastern sides of Deir Ezzur city, inflicting major damage on the terrorists’ military vehicles.

The Syrian fighter jets bombed ISIL’s positions near al-Mura’yeh village East of Deir Ezzur South of the Euphrates and al-Jafreh in Southeastern side of the city, which ended in mass destruction of their machinegun-equipped vehicles.

In the meantime, scores of the ISIL terrorists were killed and their military hardware and vehicles were damaged in the Syrian air attacks on the Takfiri group’s positions near al-Tharda mountain.

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