Syrian Army Repelled Another ISIS Attack Southeast Of Deir Ezzor, Killed Dozens Of Terrorists (Photos)

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Syrian Army Repelled Another ISIS Attack Southeast Of Deir Ezzor, Killed Dozens Of Terrorists (Photos)

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On January 27, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies repelled a new ISIS attack on their positions around the village of Jala’a on the western bank of the Euphrates River, in the southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside, according to the SAA media department. The report said that the SAA killed dozens of ISIS fighters and destroyed several vehicles of the terrorist group while it was repelling the attack.

Earlier, Syrian opposition sources reported that ISIS fighters captured several positions around the town of al-Ashara. However, the same sources confirmed later that the SAA recaptured all the positions it lost earlier and started reinforcing its troops there.

The SAA repelled a similar ISIS attack on its positions in the villages of al-Kishma and Ghriba north of the city of al-Bukamal, near the Syrian-Iraqi border on January 25. The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said that the SAA killed 25 fighters of ISIS around al-Kishma and Ghriba back then.

These attacks were likely an attempt of the ISIS fighters besieged in the Homs desert to re-establish a foothold on the western bank of the Euphrates River.

Aftermath of ISIS attack on al-Kishma and Ghriba villages:

Syrian Army Repelled Another ISIS Attack Southeast Of Deir Ezzor, Killed Dozens Of Terrorists (Photos)

By Muraselon.com ,click to see the full-size image

Syrian Army Repelled Another ISIS Attack Southeast Of Deir Ezzor, Killed Dozens Of Terrorists (Photos)

By Muraselon.com ,click to see the full-size image

Syrian Army Repelled Another ISIS Attack Southeast Of Deir Ezzor, Killed Dozens Of Terrorists (Photos)

By Muraselon.com ,click to see the full-size image

Syrian Army Repelled Another ISIS Attack Southeast Of Deir Ezzor, Killed Dozens Of Terrorists (Photos)

By Muraselon.com ,click to see the full-size image

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  • Simon Gould

    A nice array of M16 variants in the last pic. I wonder where they got those?

  • MD Ranix

    zio satanic terrorists/masters/funders/lapdogs get deeper in perm hell/stay in perm hell forever – that is their ultimate win/victory by their own choices

  • PZIVJ

    This is good news, second failed attack. Could be the ISIS rats are getting low on supplies in the desert pocket, and are growing desperate.

    • Ronald

      Water , got to have it .

      • RichardD

        You die of thirst a lot faster than you starve to death.

        • Merijn

          Then let them starve to death…….

    • Xanatos

      There are several water wells and one oil well in their territory. Plus, whatever supplies get airlifted to them by pro regime-change alliance.

      • russ

        Uh yeah, that would be us(US). Better known as the creators of ISISrael.

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    • Michał Hunicz

      Syrians seized many American guns here. Looks like a new shipment from Al-Tanf :D

      • PZIVJ

        In the past this area was an ISIS supply and smuggling route from the Jordan border.
        Most Jihadist are probably hiding out in the refugee camps there without a paycheck or equipment (no more tactical trucks for sure).

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          No , those ISF that were hit in Anbar region were effective in curtailing shipments from the Saudis and Jordanians, one of the reasons they were hit.

          • PZIVJ

            I have a lot of respect for the ISF, but not so much for your conspiracy theory. Time for the US coalition to leave Iraq and Syria, before they make a major mistake!

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            You can ignore the facts or you can look them up for yourself. Mercenaries are never a disciplined and always revert back to being gangsters. These Proxies do all the dirty work They have European Communications Jamming equipment patrols are run by the proxies US/NATO are scared to go outside the perimeter.That reminds of another region, this one in Iraq that birthed ISIS where the US had a base. You can believe what you will about any of this but there are eyewitness accounts.

          • You can call me Al

            The PMU are predominately Iranian.

          • Ronald

            PMU’s are from all Iraqi factions , Sunni , Shia and Christian . While the Shia PMU’s are Iraqi and Iranian , they are likely well supplied and by Iran . Iraq is 60 % Shia , the Bush mistake in taking out Saddam .

            .

          • You can call me Al
          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Nothing Irnian about these militias who fought Saddam , how quickly people forget as the US disarmed them and armed the Kurds who did nothing but hide. Just because they had weapons provided by Iran after local Shi’ites , Sunnis, Yezidis ,Christians as they were refused by the US. They even asked Canada/Australia to help with these militias they were promptly told not to offer any help by the US. The best fighters against Saddam turned out to be the best fighters against ISIS go figure.

            Next time research who they were before making a US spin statement, they were even attacked by the US backed Kurds on many occasions and why Iraqis stand behind them. The make up of the PMU also includes Syrian militias and mostly Iraqi militias. Hezbollah has a mixture of nationalities and religions really not Iranian either.

          • You can call me Al

            My previous comment was poor – I meant it strongly supports and listens to Iran +

            https://southfront.org/popular-mobilization-units-military-capabilities-their-role-in-iraq-and-middle-east/

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            They actually they have a strong link to the Iraqi PM’s office and the Iraqi Ayatollah called the Fatwa and a strong bond to secularism.

    • gustavo

      Wrong, ISIS rats are not getting low on supplies, Israel-USA-NATO take care about this, and they supply ISSIS any time anywhere with weapons they need. This pocket must be totally eliminated, point.

      • PZIVJ

        This desert pocket is nothing, lacking men and vehicles.
        No need to feed a dead rat.

        • EL ZORRO

          The rats are the UNITED STATES DEEP STATE AND THE ZIONIST ISRAEL, THE CREATORS OF ISIS AND TERRORISM.

          • PZIVJ

            And why do you leave SAUDI ARABIA off this list?
            Do you know about the genocide of children in N Yemen :(

        • Merijn

          It’s always nice when your busy with pest-control & the Vermin comes to you by itself….The Pied Piper of Hamelin, a Grimm story….

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      3 failed attacks now in 72 hours dozens of Al Qaeda/ISIS dead, it’s too bad about the leadership don’t know when to quit. Problem in the desert they can get airlifted supplies from US/Israel the latter will even send it by donkey if they have to. These attacks might be part of larger offensive by the US proxies at Al Tanf , US needs money to bribe them there, so they get given new equipment.

  • dez nuts

    Dont blur the pictures.

    • John Whitehot

      don’t you know there are kids on the site

      • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

        There are some very big kids here too!!

  • Ed

    Seriously, where the fuck do they keep coming from?!?!?!

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      Euphrates east side and Rubkan refugee Camp near Al Tanf they had 5000 released into the region when the US military had the funding cut. So with them at Rubkan Refugee Camp (80,000) which they can grow and cultivate terrorists when you terrorize them long enough.The US last year moved the camp at gunpoint to be nearer to be a cover for them and their proxies at Al Tanf. The Syrian and Russian Reconciliation teams try to get out as many people as possible as this region is under lockdown by the US and Proxies nobody leaves.

  • Anthony Paul Mapes

    Whilst many say that IS get supplied by the air (dubious) could be true. Preferably I would like to look at things rationally, these attacks mounted are the last throes of the dice in that area!
    IS prefer hit and run tactics, quick raids to get ammunition and supplies so sucking them into a town and launching quick counterattacks catching them where they can’t manoeuvre (makes sense).
    You can re-supply but you can’t grow men and that commodity is running low, clearly if they can they would try move from the desert to east of the river, this is showing how desperate they are getting!

  • Shy Talk

    is that 50 cal rifle a steyr?

  • RichardD

    Great pictures, it looks like the village has been deserted for a while. And are easy for the Syrian government coalition to garrison on an as needed basis to keep the regime change elements from returning. The terrorists are dead men waiting in that desert pocket west of the river if they don’t get out or surrender before the government reestablishes control there.

    • Astar Roth

      Or they can call for help from Zio/Saudi friends to swnd them good suply of body bags.