Syrian Army Restores Security to Old Dara’a-Damascus Road
Syrian military troops carried out a fresh round of anti-terrorism offensives in Northwestern Dara'a and drove militants out of their positions, managing to restore security to the old Dara'a-Damascus road.
The army soldiers engaged in fierce clashes with the terrorists in Northwestern Dara'a and took full control of al-Farooq farms and the key hills that overlook the towns of al-Faqi and Barqah; FNA reported.
The army troops further laid siege on the militants in al-Faqi and Barqah and earned control over the roads, including the old Dara'a-Damascus road, that are used by the militants for movement in the region.
Meantime, a field commander also confirmed that the army troops advanced in Northwestern Dara'a and laid siege on the militants in the town of al-Faqi from the North, South and East, boosting security at the old Dara'a-Damascus road.
The army has now found a chance to set up more military bases in Northwestern Dara'a for its future anti-terrorism operations in the region.
The Syrian Army troops targeted two bases of Fatah al-Sham Front (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in the Southern city of Dara'a earlier today, destroying both bases and killing several militant commanders.
The army soldiers targeted two bases of Fatah al-Sham in the neighborhoods of Tariq al-Sad (Dam) and al-Arba'een in Dara'a al-Balad district, leaving a number of militants, including several commanders, dead and destroying their equipment.
Meantime, the army's artillery units shelled Fatah al-Sham's movements on a read connecting the town of al-Na'eimeh to the town of Um al-Mayadhen in Eastern Dara'a, killing the entire members of the terrorist group there.
The Syrian fighter jets, for their part, bombed the position and gatherings of terrorists in the towns of Dael, Ibtta and Yadouda.
Source: Al Alam