Syrian Army cracks ISIL’s lines in southwest Syria
The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) advanced into the al-Yarmouk Basin on Sunday to carry out further operations to oust remaining militants from the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS; formerly ISIL, ISIS).
Using their heavy armor and advanced weaponry, the Syrian Arab Army was able to crack the Islamic State’s lines in the southern corridor of the Yarmouk Basin region, resulting in the eventual liberation of the terrorist group’s stronghold of Shajarah.
The Syrian Arab Army would not only liberate the ISIS stronghold of Shajarah on Monday, but they also managed to capture several towns and hilltops along the border of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
This advance by the Syrian Arab Army resulted in the full liberation of the occupied Golan Heights.