In the Last 24 Hours: Army Destroys Tahrir Al-Shahm’s Base in Idlib

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Damascus Army destroyed a military base of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) in Southern Idlib after warding off fresh attacks by the terrorist group on Hama, Idlib and Lattakia.

The Syrian Army units engaged in heavy clashes with the terrorist groups who intended to penetrate into the government forces’ military positions from al-Habit town in Southern Idlib, killing a number of them and injuring many more.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in several provinces across Syria.

Idlib

The Syrian Army destroyed a military base of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at in Southern Idlib after warding off new fresh attacks by the terrorist group and its allies on Hama, Idlib and Lattakia from the demilitarized zone.

The Syrian Army units engaged in heavy clashes with the terrorist groups who intended to penetrate into the government forces’ military positions from al-Habit town in Southern Idlib, killing a number of them and injuring many more.

A battlefield source, meantime, confirmed that the Syrian Army’s missile units pounded a military base of Tahrir al-Sham South of al-Habit town in Southern Idlib.

The Syrian Army troops also pounded the movements of the terrorist groups in the surrounding areas of the towns of al-Lahaya, Mourek, Kafar Zita, Tal Osman and Tal al-Sokhr after the militants targeted with rockets and artillery shells the government forces’ positions in Northern Hama, killing and injuring a number of militants as well as destroying their military hardware.

The Arabic-language Sputnik news agency, meantime, reported that the Syrian Army troops destroyed a bomb-carrying drone in Tal-e Abu Ali axis in Northern Lattakia.

Hasaka

Tens of Syrian kids have died as a result of worsening situation in al-Hawl Camp run by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), local sources said.

“At least 117 children under the age of 12 have lost their lives due to the lack of facilities and hygiene in al-Hawl Camp,” battlefield sources said.

60 percent of the children killed in al-Hawl Camp have lost their lives over the past 19 days. There are 63,500 refugees sheltered there.

This comes as a new wave of popular protests has intensified over the lack of facilities in the camp.

Raqqa

A senior ISIL commander has been released from a prison of the Syrian Democratic Forces in Raqqa province amid large-scale release of the terrorists from SDF jails in Eastern Euphrates.

The SDF has released at least 307 ISIL terrorists from its prisons in Raqqa, Hasaka, Ain Issa and other areas in Eastern Euphrates, media activists said.

The activists, meantime, confirmed that a senior ISIL commander nom du guerre Hais al-Salman has been among the freed ISIL terrorists.

They noted that Hais has formerly been an ISIL police chief in the town of Khasham in Eastern Deir Ezzur, and said, “Hais has played an important role in the massacre of civilians and seizure of their properties.”

Deir Ezzur

The US-led coalition forces and their allied militant groups have helped over 2,000 ISIL terrorists and their families to get out of Eastern Deir Ezzur as Washington and the SDF are preparing to declare the end of the ISIL in Eastern Euphrates.

The SDF announced on Friday that over 1,300 ISIL terrorists and their families left the town of Baqouz in Southeastern Deir Ezzur.

Other sources reported that about 2,200 ISIL terrorists from different nationalities have exited the last regions under their control in Baqouz town in Eastern Deir Ezzur over the past 24 hours.

61,300 ISIL terrorists and their families have left Eastern Euphrates since the early December 2018.