ISIL Terrorists Continue to Suffer Losses in Syria’s Hasaka


 The Syrian army continued to make advances in its fight against the ISIL Takfiri group in Hasaka province, and managed to claim the lives of a large number of terrorists.

The army troops stormed the hideouts of the ISIL terrorist group in the areas of Abyadh, Dawoodiya, and Milbiya in the Eastern province of Hasaka, killing and injuring scores of them.

A number of vehicles belonging to the Takfiri group were also targeted during the operation.

Also, the Syrian troops pressed a major offensive against the ISIL terrorists in the Southeast of Qamishli yesterday, and managed to liberate many villages, including Tal al-Dahab, Jalbarat, Jabbara, al-Tuffahiyeh, Tal Shaikh, Bazbagh, Kherbet Hussein, al-Taweel and al-Tawabej.

Earlier this week, the Syrian army flushed out ISIL terrorists from the outskirts of Hasaka province after inflicting major losses on the Takfiri group, and managed to regain control over five key villages.

The army soldiers drove out the ISIL terrorists during the operation, defusing dozens of IEDs and destroying several vehicles.

Syria has been grappling with a deadly crisis since March 2011. The violence fueled by Takfiri groups has so far claimed the lives of over 210,000 people.

The ISIL militants, with members from several western countries, control parts of Syria and Iraq, and have been carrying out horrific acts of violence such as public decapitations and crucifixions against all communities.