Syrian, Russian Warplanes Intensify Attacks on ISIL Positions to Lift Siege on Deir Ezzur

Syrian, Russian Warplanes Intensify Attacks on ISIL Positions to Lift Siege on Deir Ezzur

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian and Syrian fighter jets carried out a fresh round of joint combat flights over ISIL's positions and movements in Syria's Badiyeh (desert), inflicting major losses on the terrorist group's supply lines.

The warplanes launched repeated bombing strikes on ISIL's concentration centers in Tamin Brigade base, Tal (hill) Aloush and al-Maqaber (cemetery) region in the Southern outskirts of Deir Ezzur city.

The fighter jets targeted ISIL's movements in the villages and regions of al-Hassan, al-Janineh, Ayyash, al-Baqaliyeh, old airport, Fishery passageway, in the hills near the water resources, Panorama base and the two neighborhoods of al-Roshdiyeh and al-Kanamat.

Meantime, the Syrian Air Force pounded ISIL's movements East of the town of Ithriya in Eastern Hama, in Humeimeh region East of al-Kadir in Eastern Homs, West of al-Fahdi power plant, in al-Ramaylan oilfield, Rajoum hill and South of al-Zamleh in Southern Raqqa.

Tens of ISIL terrorists were killed and their military and armored vehicles, artillery and command centers were destroyed in the air raids.      

Local sources reported earlier today that the Saudi commander of ISIL's Hasaba (security-monitoring forces) has been killed in popular uprising against terrorists in a town in the Eastern province of Deir Ezzur.

The sources said that two ISIL members, including commander of Hasaba forces nom de guerre Abu Mash'al al-Jazrawi, were killed in an uprising of a group of civilians in the town of al-Ashareh.

The sources further added that a seven-member group of ISIL, including one of the commanders of the terrorist group nom de guerre Abu Ons Halabi fled the ISIL-held village of Moheimideh following the Syrian Army troops' advances in the region.

 

 

 

 

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