Syria in Last 24 Hours

Kurdish Fighters Liberate More Villages near Kobani

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Kurdish fighters liberated more villages in the surrounding areas of the town of Kobani.

The Kurdish Pishmarga forces regained control of Birlouz, Seif Ali, Darbazen Kabir, Darbazen Saqir and Darbazen Houran in the Western countryside of Kobani.

The Kurdish popular forces also liberated Birbalk, Mobr Ali, Salanak, Shakrolou, Kerk, Jaqour, Shakhi and Hadid Castle as well as two strategic villages of Aidanieyeh and Mandek in the Eastern countryside of Kobani in heavy clashes with the foreign-backed militants.

Also in the past 24 hours, Syrian Army won all the battles against the foreign-backed militants across the Southwestern province of al-Quneitra, killing and wounding a large number of fighters.

Nabe’ al-Sakhr village, Southwest of Tal al-Hara, was the scene of heavy clashes between Syrian soldiers and terrorists that left too many killed an injured while others fled the battlefield.

Also in the North of al-Hamadaniyeh village in Khan Arnaba, the Syrian troops pushed back the rebels and recaptured the occupied area, killing so many anti-government fighters.

Elsewhere, the Syrian Armed Forces inflicted heavy losses upon insurgent groups in various parts of Daraa province.

Syrian soldiers raided insurgent strongholds in Al-Mata’iya in the countryside of Daraa province, killing a number of them and wounding some other.

Rebels’ supply lines with the Israeli army in the South of Aqraba and Tal affiya among the triangle of Kafer Nasej, Dier Addas and Kafar Shams were targeted by the Syrian troops who killed many fighters in the battlefronts.

Ibrahim Hariri, Abdo Mohammad al-Qarqahe, Khalil Ibrahim al-Mubasbes were among the rebel groups’ members who were killed in the province’s Northern countryside.

Elsewhere, at least 25 Takfiri terrorists were killed and several others were injured in the Syrian Army’s operations in the Central province of Hama.

Syrian soldiers, who staged massive attacks against gathering centers of Takfiri terrorists, killed 14 fighters in Dkeileh village in the countryside of al-Salamiyeh town.

11 other terrorists were killed by the army men in Mount al-Bal’as on the road linking Eqeirbat town and Palmyra city.

Meantime, Jazel and al-Shaer areas, as two strongholds of the ISIL terrorists in the Eastern countryside of Homs, were targeted by the Syrian troops who killed 24 fighters at the spot, and injured so many others.

Also, Syrian troops killed a number of Takfiri terrorists during their operations in two villages of Om al-Reesh and Onoq al-Hawa and the road connecting Western Habra to Rajem al-Qaser at the Eastern countryside of Homs province.

Syria has been the scene of insurgency since 2011 when certain western powers and their regional allies voiced loudly that Syrian protests have no diplomatic solution and they started supplying the country’s opposition groups with their arms and funds.

In 2014, specially after victory of President Bashar al-Assad in the country’s presidential election, the army has gained upper hand in its anti-terrorism campaign, and has been partly successful in sealing borders with Turkey and Jordan.

Logistic and medical Links between rebel groups in the Southern parts of Syria with Israeli intelligence and military forces have been disclosed in various reports which testifies that the security crisis in Syria was mainly planed by Tel Aviv.

Syrian Troops Make Fresh Gains in Homs, Daraa

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian military pressed an offensive against the armed groups in the countryside of Homs and Daraa provinces, leaving a large number of Takfiri militants dead and wounded.

The army troops stormed the hideouts of the rebels in the areas of al-Tleileh, Unq al-Hawa, al-Msheirfeh and al-Shmaliyeh in the central province of Homs, and killed scores of them.

The Takfiri militants, also, suffered major losses in the areas of Daraa al-Balad, al-Habariye, Qarin and al-Hirak in Daraa, as the army made more gains in the province.

Syria has been the scene of insurgency since 2011 when certain western powers and their regional allies voiced loudly that Syrian protests have no diplomatic solution and they started supplying the country’s opposition groups with their arms and funds.

In 2014, specially after victory of President Bashar al-Assad in the country’s presidential election, the army has gained upper hand in its anti-terrorism campaign, and has been partly successful in sealing borders with Turkey and Jordan.

Chechen, Uzbek, Chinese Terrorists Fighting against Syrian Government

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Army forces fighting terrorists in Aleppo said that most of the militants who carry out terrorist operations against the Damascus government in the Arab country are foreign nationals, including Chechens, Uzbeks, Chinese, Tunisians and Egyptians.

The forces said said that Chechens comprise a majority of the ‘Katibeh Seifollah Checheni’ terrorist group that are fighting against the Syrian government in Aleppo.

Meantime, most of the members and commanders of the ‘Al-Nusra Front’ fighting in Aleppo are from Egypt and Tunisia, they added.

Also Chinese nationals are members of the ‘Eastern Turkistan Freedom Movement’ that also fights against the Syrian government in Aleppo.

The ‘Towhid and Jihad Katibeh’ terrorist group comprises of Uzbek nationals, and the ‘Sham Soldiers’ terrorist group is formed of Caucasians.

‘Ansar and Mohajerin Army’ Takfiri terrorist groups comprise of non-Syrians, specially Egyptians and Tunisians, the army forces added.

In October, Tajik Interior Minister Ramadan Rahimzadeh announced that more than 200 Tajik nationals are taking part in the fight in Syria on the side of the foreign-backed militants.

Rahimzadeh said the republic’s law enforcement agencies have arrested 19 people on charges of participating in a criminal association, recruiting, training and financing mercenaries and other crimes.

“Besides, another 10 local residents were detained in Tajikistan’s Sughd Region. They were trying to go to Syria via third countries to take part in combat activities against the army of (President) Bashar Assad,” he stressed.

The Tajik authorities deny that banned religious-extremist and terrorist organizations exist in the country. But according to Tajik special services’ data, since the beginning of the year, over 180 people have been detained on suspicion and charges of taking part in banned extremist parties and movements.

Earlier, Tajikistan prohibited the activity of such organizations as Hizb ut-Tahrir, Turkestan Islamic Movement, Ansarullah, Tablighi Jamaat and Gruppa24.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011 with organized attacks by well-armed gangs and terrorists against both the army and civilians.

The unrest, which took in terrorist groups from across Europe, the Middle-East and North Africa, has transpired as one of the bloodiest conflicts in recent history.

As the foreign-backed insurgency in Syria continues without an end in sight, the US government has boosted its political and military support to Takfiri extremists.

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