The Syrian Army Tiger Forces and pro-government Tribal fighters have continued their successfull attacks against ISIS terrorists in the southwestern Raqqah countryside and now are allegedly entering the province of Homs from the southern direction, according to some pro-government and pro-opposition sources.
On Thursday, government forces advanced against ISIS south of the government-held town of Resafa in the southwestern part of the Raqqah province and recaptured Bir al Zenati, Bir Itaw and Bir Hiwaran from ISIS. On Friday, the Tiger Forces and their allies liberated the Al-Kadir oil field , Kherbet al-Halol and Ridgem-Abe el-Kalat Hills from ISIS terrorists.
On Saturday, pro-government fighters allegedly entered the the Bir al-Zamlah crossroad area as well as reached the border with the province of Homs. However, these reports still have to be confirmed. If these reports are confirmed, this will show that right now ISIS does not have enough manpower and resources to keep a real defense against government troops advancing in the area.