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Syrian Army’s Ambush Operation Kills, Wounds Several Terrorists in Homs

by islamic voice

The Syrian Army detected a joint operation of three groups of ISIL terrorists in the Eastern part of Homs province and ambushed the militants, inflicting a heavy death toll on them, before they could launch their strike.

Several members of the ISIL were killed and several more were wounded in a Syrian soldiers’ ambush operation near Antar mountain in the Northern part of ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur).

Reports said earlier today that the Syrian Armed Forces’ heavy ground, artillery, mortar and air attacks turned Homs province into hell for the ISIL terrorists.

The Syrian army troops stormed the ISIL gatherings near the village of Maksar al-Hassaan and al-Sha’er oilfield in the Eastern part of Homs, which ended in the killing or wounding of scores of the terrorists.

The ISIL positions in the neighborhood of al-Wa’ar in Homs city and in the surroundings of Talbiseh, al-Za’afaraniyeh and Tir Ma’ala in the Northern part of the province were massively shelled by the Syrian Army’s artillery units.

In the meantime, the Syrian fighter jets bombed heavily the ISIL concentration centers in the Western side of al-Maher oil station and near al-Sha’er oil well, which destroyed the sites’ facilities and killing or injuring of several militants.

Several military vehicles of the ISIL were destroyed in the Syrian air attacks in al-Maher oilfield, and in the Western countryside of al-Maher oilfield and the surroundings of Khneifes and Huweisis.

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