Provinces, SANA-The army continued crackdown on the positions of terrorists in several areas across the country, inflicting heavy losses on them in personnel and equipment.
Army units achieved new progress in Eastern Ghoutta, inflicting heavy losses upon terrorist organizations.
Field sources told SANA that army units achieved new progress in the south, southeast and west parts of Marj al-Sultan Military Airport after destroying an armored vehicle and many other vehicles for Jabhat al-Nusra, killing many terrorists, among them were Fahd Sarhan, Anas Daher, Salim al-Rashash, Tawfik Sabha, Mohamed al-Nisrin and Radwan al-Nisrin.
In Douma, an army unit carried out accurate operations against positions of the so-called “Jaish al-Islam”, destroying two vehicles and killing of Mahmoud Naim Abad al-Hak, Mahmoud Ghazawi, Hasan Kadora and Anwar Turki.
The army also destroyed 3 vehicles and dens of “Jaish al-Islam” in the eastern orchards of Saqba town on the road which links it with Hamoria village in addition to the killing of Abad al-Nassir Taha, Imad Darbakhani and Fathi Massa.
Many terrorists were killed, among them Mofak Abbas, Yousef al-Alwan, Mahir Touma, Mohamed al-Fawal and Khaled al-Hasan in Hazza village to the east of Ayn Tarma town.
An army unit destroyed positions for Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in an intensive operation on their hideouts in the eastern neighborhood of Busra al-Sham city, 40km east of Daraa city, a military source told SANA on Monday.
Another army unit targeted the terrorists’ gatherings in Atman town, 4 km north of Daraa city, killing a number of terrorist and destroying many hideouts with all arms and ammunition inside.
Another number of terrorists were killed in a army unit operation on their dens to west of al-Bajabjeh neighborhood and al-Hrak al-Qadeem in Daraa al-Balad.
An army unit killed members of the so called Hawran Brigade, injured many others and destroyed their vehicles with all weapons and ammo inside them in Jisr al-Ghariat in the eastern countryside of Daraa.
Army units clashed with terrorists who infiltrated from al-Kark and Um Walad in the northeast countryside of Darra towards al-Aslahyia village west of Sweida.
Many terrorists were killed and their ammos were destroyed in the clashes.
al-Sheikh Ahmad village under army control
A military source said army units in cooperation with popular defense groups established control over al-Sheikh Ahmad village in the eastern countryside of Aleppo.
Army operations destroyed fortifications, headquarters of terrorists and a number of vehicles, arms and ammunition equipped with machine guns.
Engineering units combed Sheikh Ahmad village and dismantled explosive devices planted earlier by terrorists before being killed or fleeing to the nearby villages.
24 terrorists killed
Army units carried out a special operation against terrorists’ sites in Maaret al-Numan area to the south of Idleb city.
The operation caused the killing of at least 7 of terrorists, including Mustafa al-Mandil one of Jabhat al-Nusra leaders and the terrorist Jamal Sharawi.
The sources said that 17 terrorists were killed and 10 others were injured during army’s special operation against positions of the so called “Jund al-Aqsa” in Sarqib area in the southeast countryside of Idleb.
Six terrorists killed
An army unit launched concentrated strikes against dens of the so called “Jund al-Aqsa” in Kafr Zita area in the northern countryside of Hama.
At least 6 terrorists were killed during the strikes, including Mohamed al-Harami.
Jund al-Aqsa is a terrorist Takfiri organization which is affiliated to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and includes hundreds of foreign mercenaries.
The army killed a number of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists after striking their dens in Tir Ma’ala and Mahin villages in Homs northern countryside.
Meanwhile, field sources told SANA that units from the army advanced on al-Bayarat-Palmyra road after striking ISIS terrorists.
Army units which protect Dir Ezzor airport confronted an attack by ISIS terrorists and destroyed vehicles equipped with machineguns.