Syrian Army Liberates More Areas From ISIS In Western Daraa (Map)

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On July 25, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) 4th Division and the Tiger Forces captured the villages of Sayda al-Golan, Khan Sayda, al-Luwbayd, al-Muqaziz and a housing complex near the town of Jillen in the western Daraa countryside after heavy clashes with the ISIS-affiliated Khalid ibn al-Walid Army, according to the Hezbollah media wing in Syria.

Syrian Army Liberates More Areas From ISIS In Western Daraa (Map)

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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said that warplanes of the Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) and the Russian Aerospace Forces supported the SAA’s offensive in the western Daraa countryside and conducted a series of airstrikes on positions of the ISIS-affiliated group.

Few hours earleir, the SAA liberated the villages of Khirbat Khasfayn, Ayn al-Qadi, Bassali, Ayn Zabida, Mazraah, Bakkar, Bakkar Sharqi, Jubayliyah and the so-called Libyan company.

Meanwhile, the ISIS-linked news agency Amaq reported that a suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (SVBIED) of the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army targeted a position of the SAA around Jillen. The terrorist group claimed that dozens of Syrian soldiers and officers were killed in the attack.

According to the news outlet Enab Baladi, several groups of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) are participating in the attack on the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army side by the side with the SAA. The pro-opposition news outlet added that these groups reconciled with the Damascus government few weeks ago only.

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  • leon mc pilibin

    No free bus trips for these isis ,zionist murdering scumbag TERRORISTS.

    • Promitheas Apollonious

      well……. the ones who send to Idlip, are doing an excellent job killing each other and attacking fsa, so why not? It be much better to send them there and then eliminate them when they get to cleaning that area, rather than let them escape in Golan or Jordan and regroup and come back.

      Dont you think so?

      • leon mc pilibin

        I meant that the SAA should deal with them.

        • Promitheas Apollonious

          I know what you mean but the only reason they are there is to delay and cause as much damage as possible, not because they think they win or will survive this.

          And as I see it next target it is idlip, so sending opposing groups that actually are fanatics and hate each other will make their job easier in the long run. My personal opinion.

      • TheLulzWarrior

        We only heard of those that shoots each others. Not of those that died of drug overdose or getting rabies from a sheeple.

        • Promitheas Apollonious

          imagine to die and 72 of this ugly clones, to be awaiting for you and spend eternity with them.

  • Rob

    FSA team is made of Syrians, Hezbollah, IRGC and Palestinians.
    FSA trained by US, using weapons of US and were funded by US and now allied with Damascus and are attacking foreign enemies Israel, ISIS and Al-Qaeda in Syria. This is win win condition for Damascus.

  • Rob

    Benjanyahu keeps Syrian Golan Heights.

  • Pave Way IV

    Getting rid of the Yarmouk Valley ISIS infestation is great, but who is going to do something about the terrorists hiding behind religious zealots and their nuclear-armed apartheid state 50 miles to the southwest in Tel Aviv? Seems awful dangerous – someone should do something about liberating that place.

    • Ronald

      MAD ; yes that’s why an emotional response will not be useful for anyone.
      Syria still has Idlib and the Turks to clean out, and if they aren’t gone, the Americans.
      Don’t put more on their plate than is achievable.
      Assad and Putin will work out a deal with Israel over the off shore oil and gas, and the Golan.

      • Pave Way IV

        Neither Syria nor Russia should be responsible for collaring Israel’s lunatic leaders. They’ve both done quite enough already. The rest of the planet can step in for a change.

        And why would Syria have anything to talk to Israel about regarding offshore oil and gas? Do you mean Lebanon by any chance? They share a maritime border with Israel. Israel drew the lines to grab as much of the gas fields as possible, and Lebanon told them to screw themselves because it has rights to all of Block 9.

        Normally, I wouldn’t give the Lebanon a chance in any diplomatic dispute with Israel, but France’s Total, Italy’s Eni and Russia’s Novatek won the bid to develop Lebanon’s Block 9. That consortium is just too big to shekel.

        Then there’s the small matter of Israel attempting to ‘enforce’ its self-declared maritime boundaries using military force, which would mean an automatic Hezbollah response. The Lebanese Armed Forces would either have to 1) join Hezbollah in defending Lebanese interests, 2) back down and lose all legitimacy in Lebanon or 3) somehow oppose Hezbollah in support of the Israeli land-grab. An even which would probably turn out very bad for both Israel and the LAF – unless they hid behind the skirts of CENTCOM (which I would fully expect).

    • Barba_Papa

      That’s the thing when you have nuclear weapons, it’s your ‘Get Free Out of Jail’ card. It worked for Kim and his communist zealots nuclear armed worker’s ‘paradise’ state on the other side of the world as well. Which is why I am of the opinion that Iran should get nukes ASAP. As soon as Iran has got deliverable nukes there will be some balance in the Middle East.

      Granted, Saudi Arabia will go apeshit, but nobody likes them anyway.

  • Attrition47

    Good