Hezbollah Fighters Foil Takfiri Attack in Qalamoun

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Lebonan
Thursday, 02 July 2015

The Hezbollah fighters foiled an infiltration attempt at midnight by the Al-Nusra Front Takfiri terrorists in Arsal barrens in al-Qalamoun region, South of Syria.

The Al-Nusra Front terrorists were pushed back from their positions in Al-Khayl valley and Majar Valley in Southeastern parts of Arsal.

During the last few weeks, the Syrian army and Hezbollah fighters took back large areas in Arsal region and cut off the terrorists supply line.

Also in the past 24 hours, at least 34 Chechen terrorists were killed in the Southeastern province of Daraa on Monday as the Syrian forces launched several strikes against the positions of the Takfiri militants.

The Chechen fighters who were some of the most well-trained terrorists had entered Saida town in Eastern Reef (countryside of) Daraa and hid in a cottage.

The Syrian army forces tracked down the Chechen group's moves to the cottage and then received the order to destroy the hideout and kill all those residing in it.

The cottage was then destroyed when the Chechen snipers had a meeting with one of their ringleaders and tens of them were killed and wounded, most of them in critical conditions.

Meantime, the Syrian people held rallies in support of President Bashar al-Assad's government and army to show solidarity with them in their ongoing fight against the terrorist groups across the Arab country.

In Hasaka, the people poured to the streets of the city of Qamishli in the Northeastern province.

The Qamishli people stressed their loyalty to the Syrian government and their hatred towards the terrorist groups in their rally.

In Daraa, the people poured to the streets of the town of Azra and voiced their support for the Syrian government and army.

Similar protests have also been held in other parts of Syria over the past few days.

In Eastern Ghouta, people continued their protests against the Takfiri terrorists for the fourth consecutive day.

Popular protests also continued in the terrorist-held areas in the countryside of Damascus.

People continued their protests against the Takfiri terrorists in Eastern Ghouta for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday.

On Friday, People poured to the streets of the town of Hamouriya in Eastern Ghouta and rallied against the presence of terrorist groups in their town.

Similar protests have also been held in other parts of Syria over past few days.

Also the cities of Idlib, Bensh and Kafroumeh in the province of Idlib were the scenes of popular protests against the foreign-backed terrorists on Friday.

On Monday, the terrorist-held areas in Reqqa province were the scenes of protests against the presence of Takfiri terrorists.

People took to the streets of the city of Reqqa and rallied against the presence of terrorist groups in their city.

The ISIL terrorists arrested 300 residents of Reqqa city and they started shooting at people to disperse them which led to the injury of several of the residents.

Also, a top military source confirmed that at least 691 ISIL terrorists have been killed in fierce clashes between the Syrian army and the Takfiri group in the provinces of Hasaka and Deir Ezzur in the past 24 hours.

According to the Syrian Army’s Central Command, the army troops made major gains in their military campaign against the ISIL in Hasaka on Monday and managed to claim the lives of more than 444 militants in the flashpoint province.

Elsewhere in the Arab country, the Syrian forces gained the upper hand over the Takfiri group in Deir Ezzur province and killed over 247 terrorists across the area.

The source added that 13 high-profile leaders of the terror group were identified among the dead.

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