Syrian Army troops repelled ISIL’s attacks on their positions in Deir Ezzur’s districts, the claiming lives of at least 25 terrorists.
ISIL left at least 25 dead members behind and retreated from the battlefield after its attacks on government positions in al-Sina’ah were repulsed by the Syrian soldiers.
ISIL’s military vehicles also sustained major damage in the failed attacks.
Also on Sunday, Syrian government’s military forces defended their positions in Jafrah farms against ISIL’s large-scale attack on Sunday, inflicting major casualties on the terrorists.
“After six hours of non-stop battle, the Syrian army soldiers pushed back the terrorists from the region, inflicting major losses on them,” the sources said.
“In the meantime, army soldiers clashed with ISIL terrorists in al-Sina’ah and Huweija al-Sakar, inflicting several casualties on the terrorists,” they added.
“Over 30 ISIL terrorists were killed in the Syrian Armed Forces’ attacks on Saturday, including several foreign combatants from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Malaysia, Libya, and Iraq,” the source went on to say.