Damascus: Syrian government forces have carried out large-scale mop-up operations against foreign-backed Takfiri terrorists across the conflict-ridden Arab country, delivering heavy blows to them.
According to Press TV, a military source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Syrian army soldiers managed to seize control of Nasrallah village in Syria’s Northwestern Province of Aleppo on Saturday following intense clashes with Takfiri ISIL terrorists.
A large number of the terrorists were killed in the process.
Bomb disposal units later defused dozens of bombs and improvised explosive devices planted by ISIL terrorists across the village.
Additionally, Syrian army forces raided an ISIL position in the town of al-Qaryatain, situated 85 kilometers southeast of Syria’s central city of Homs, killing an unspecified number of the terrorists.
Elsewhere in the town of al-Latamna in the Western-Central Province of Hama, Syrian fighter jets attacked the positions of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front terrorist group, destroying several pickup trucks that had heavy machine guns mounted on them.
Syrian troops also launched an offensive in al-Tamanaa town in the northwestern province of Idlib, killing a number of terrorists with the so-called Jaish al-Fatah (the Army of Conquest) and destroying their ammunition.
Moreover, a Nusra Front terroristscommander, identified by the nom de guerre, Abu Julaybib al-Urduni, was killed in a bombing attack in Syria’s Southwestern Province of Dara’a.