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Iraqi Forces to Begin Attacking Militants’ Positions in Ramadi after Residents’ Full Evacuation
TEHRAN (FNA) – Iraq’s Joint Armed Forces will launch heavy attacks on the Takfiri terrorists’ military positions in Ramadi after all the residents of the capital of Anbar province evacuate the city, a local military commander announced on Monday.
 

“The Iraqi joint forces have halted their attacks on the militants’ positions in Ramadi for the fear of civilian casualties as all residents of Ramadi have not managed to evacuate the city as yet,” Iraqi Volunteer Forces Spokesman Ryan al-Kaldani told FNA.

He said that the Iraqi forces are deeply concerned about the people’s lives as they have nothing to do with the ISIL.

Kaldani underlined that the Iraqi forces continue to chase the ISIL militants and have blocked the terrorists’ supply lines in different cities of Anbar province, specially Fallujah.

“The Iraqi joint forces have taken control of many surrounding areas of Ramadi which paves the way for winning back the city itself,” he added.

On Saturday, the Iraqi Joint Forces Command Center announced that the army units backed by the volunteer forces had purged 95 percent of Ramadi outskirts of Takfiri terrorists.

“Only five percent of Ramadi (region) has remained to be cleaned of Takfiri terrorists as the army and volunteer forces have cleared most of the city,” Spokesman of Iraqi Joint Forces Brigadier General Yahya Rasoul announced.

Also on Saturday, field sources said that the Iraqi army and the Hashd al-Shaabi forces had won back a strategic area in Ramadi from the control of the terrorists.

According to the sources, the Iraqi forces took back the Albu Maraie area in Ramadi from the Takfiri militants.

Earlier reports said the Iraqi security forces launched a multi-pronged attack to retake Ramadi, tightening the military blockade around the city from four sides and setting the stage for a deeper assault.

The Iraqi forces won control over most parts of the Western city of Ramadi during the past weeks, several months after it was occupied by the ISIL terrorists in May.

The Joint Operations Center in Iraq in a message, asked the residents of Ramadi to evacuate the city as soon as possible to remain safe from the heavy assaults of the army against the terrorists.

Sabah Karhout, the head of the council of al-Anbar province’s governor-general office, said on Thursday that the army, police and anti-terrorism forces have been deployed in four cross points of Ramadi to launch massive attacks on ISIL positions from all directions.

Reports on Wednesday said that the Iraqi forces managed to purge Takfiri terrorists from vast areas in Anbar province.

The Iraqi Joint Forces Command Center announced that the army units backed by volunteer forces in a joint operation had taken back 80 percent of the al-Anbar province after weeks of heavy clashes with the ISIL Takfiri terrorists.

“Iraqi forces are advancing in Anbar province after they managed to seize full control over central Ramadi,” General Rasoul said.

“The Iraqi army and popular forces are also retaking full control over the Northern and Southern parts of the Ramadi city,” the spokesman underlined.

He announced that the cleanup operation was underway to hunt the remaining members of the ISIL in the region, adding that the Iraqi army and popular forces had defused tens of bombs in the Iraqi province.

The Iraqi army and volunteer forces have pressed ahead with their military operations against the Takfiri militants in Anbar Province, inflicting heavy losses on the terrorists.

Syria Readying for Massive Freedom Operation in Lattakia
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army and the National Defense Forces are preparing to launch a massive military operation to regain control of a strategic city in the coastal province of Lattakia.

Informed sources in the Syrian army said the government troops and NDF are preparing to launch a massive offensive to retake the Takfir militants’ stronghold of Salma in Lattakia.

On Sunday, the Syrian army and NDF backed by the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance forces managed to take control of a strategic hilltop in the province of Lattakia, after killing Tens of terrorists.

“The army and the resistance forces seized back Katf Hasoun hilltop in the Lattakia province,” a Syrian popular combatant fighting against the al-Nusra Front terrorists told FNA on Sunday.

A large number of al-Nusra Front terrorists were killed and wounded in the army operations in Katf Hassoun region.

The strategic hilltop of Katf Hasoun not only paves the way for the army’s operations in Sahl al-Qab, but also increases the control of the Syrian army over Jbal al-Farak region which was captured by the popular and Hezbollah forces several days ago.

Earlier on Sunday, the Syrian army’s artillery units massively shelled gathering centers of the terrorist groups in at least eight different locations across the Northern and Northeastern parts of Lattakia province, leaving 36 militants dead.

The militants’ positions in Al-Karoura Mountain, Arafeet, Ocober, al-Daghmashliya, al-Zwaik, Deir Hanna, Katef al-Ghader and Katef al-Ghanama were heavily targeted by the Syrian artillery, which resulted in the killing of 36 terrorists.

The militant military sites also sustained heavy damage in the army shelling.

On Saturday, the Syrian army and the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance forces were very close to seizing back Al-Daghmashliya, a strategic village in the province of Lattakia.

Also on Saturday, the Syrian army and the National Defense Forces, backed by Russian warplanes, destroyed the positions of the Takfiri militants in the Northeastern parts of Lattakia.

The Syrian forces took full control over the remaining hilltops in the Northeastern Lattakia.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured in heavy clashes in Lattakia.

The army and the NDF also destroyed the terrorists’ arms depot in the region.

Syrian Forces Start Mop-Up Operations in Eastern, Southern Hasaka
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian forces and the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) started purging the Eastern and Southern parts of Hasaka province of Takfiri terrorists on Monday after seizing back a large number of regions that included several villages.

The joint Syrian forces attacked the terrorists’ positions along al-Shadadi-Hasaka road and purged terrorists from the villages of Tal Seren and Rajm al-Seyran in the Southern parts of the Hasaka province.

Heavy clashes are underway in the Southern parts of Hasaka province as the army is advancing and seizing back more regions.

Meantime, Syrian forces comprising Kurdish, Assyrian Christian and Izadi fighters managed to advance in the Eastern countryside of Hasaka province and they are preparing for conducting mop-up operations in the strategic village of al-Houl.

After purging terrorists from al-Houl village, the ISIL’s supply line to al-Shadadi region will be fully cut off.

On Sunday, informed military sources announced that the Syrian army and the popular forces are preparing for large-scale and groundbreaking military operations in the Hasaka province.

“The Syrian army’s military operations is aimed at taking control of the remaining ISIL-held regions to thwart the danger posed by the ISIL from the neighboring Raqqa province and also to spread their military operations to Raqqa,” an informed source said.

On Thursday, the Syrian army foiled a car bomb attack in the Eastern countryside of Hasaka.

The Syrian forces safely detonated an ISIL car bomb on Hasaka-al-Houl road in the Eastern countryside of Hasaka.

Last week, Kurdish People’s Protection Units advanced against the Takfiri militants in Hasaka province, reports said.

The Arabic-language al-Mayadeen television said the Kurdish forces advanced in the vicinity of al-Houl town towards the village of al-Bahra in al-Hasaka countryside.

Syrian Forces Win Full Control over Key Town in Aleppo
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army completed control over Sheikh Ahmad town in Aleppo countryside on Monday winning a decisive battle in a chain of operations to lift a 2.5-year siege on Kuweires Airbase.

A military source said the army, backed by popular forces, eventually managed to purge all parts of the town that is located in the Eastern countryside of Aleppo from the Takfiri militants.

There are no immediate reports about the exact numbers of the terrorists’ casualties.

The Syrian Army, National Defense Forces (NDF) and Hezbollah fighters could win a major part of Sheikh Ahmad after several days of fierce battles and came closer to the strategic Kuweires Airbase.

The Syrian army troops, the NDF fighters and the Lebanese Hezbollah forces, backed up by the Russian fighter jets, on Saturday tightened noose around the ISIL terrorists near Sheikh Ahmad and its surrounding areas to lift over a two-year-long siege of the strategic Kuweires airbase.

The Saturday reports said that the government forces were very close to seize full control over Sheikh Ahmad after killing tens of Takfiri terrorists, but yet said that the army had prevailed no more than 90 percent of the town.

Reports on Monday evening said the army has completed its control over the town and is preparing to take the final step towards Kuweires airbase.

Last week, the Syrian army, popular forces and Hezbollah backed up by Russian warplanes started massive operations and came almost half a mile closer to the Kuweires airport in a region where advance in every inch has taken days.

The pro-government forces marched on ISIL positions in the region and advanced to the rural district of Sheikh Ahmad after taking full control of the railway crossing.

The Syrian army and Hezbollah deployed their forces in a region only 2 kilometers away from the airbase.

At the time, the government forces were preparing to mop up the rest of Sheikh Ahmad to prepare for a massive offensive on ISIL positions along the Aleppo-Raqqa Highway. Some 80 percent of Sheikh Ahmad – that is seen as a milestone in the Damascus war on terrorist groups in the Northern province of Aleppo – was under the control of the pro-government forces last week.

Army sources said the Russian strikers have played a very crucial role in the operation.

Last week, commanders of the Syrian army, popular forces, Hezbollah and Russian Air Force held a meeting in Sheikh Ahmad frontline to coordinate the last phase of their joint operation for removing the two-year-long ISIL siege on Kuweires airbase, Southeast of Aleppo.

Military sources said at the time that the pro-government forces were deployed in most parts of Sheikh Ahmad, just 2,600 meters far farm the Southern gates of the strategic Kuweires airbase.

The joint operations of the Syrian army troops, Hezbollah fighters and NDF that have been underway with the Russian air backup for the last two months have forced the militant groups, specially the ISIL, to withdraw from the Southern parts of Sheikh Ahmad town near the Kuweires airbase.

Sources said that the militant groups have suffered heavy casualties in the latest stage of the pro-government troops’ joint operations.

Now the pro-government forces are deployed in a distance about just a mile from the strategic airbase.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists have besieged the Kuweires airbase for over 2.5 years now, but the base itself is under the Syrian army’s control.

Hundreds of Syrian forces are under a tight siege at the airbase as a result of the occupation of vast areas surrounding the airport by the terrorists.

The Syrian army’s helicopters supply foodstuff and other needs to the Syrian troops defending the airport.

Senior Militant Commanders Killed near Syria’s Aleppo by Army, Hezbollah
TEHRAN (FNA)- Three senior commanders of the Ahrar al-Sham terrorist group were killed in a joint operation of the Syrian Army and Hezbollah fighters in Aleppo countryside on Monday.

Abu Abdullah Rsafah, Abdul Basit Mahmoud Abu, Abu Islam al-Hamwi were killed earlier today in a massive offensive of the Syrian army troops and the Lebanese Hezbollah on their positions in near the Northern city of Aleppo.

Earlier today, tens of terrorists with foreign nationalities, including their Moroccan commander, were killed in the massive operation of the Syrian Army and Hezbollah in Aleppo countryside.

Senior Commander of the Liwa al-Maghrebi Mohammad Hamdosh was killed near Aleppo.

On Sunday, the Syrian army killed nearly 20 terrorists, including an emir of “Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement” terrorist group, in military operations in Hama province.

Abdelmajid al-Derbas, a senior commander of “Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement”, and Faraj al-Deeb were identified among the dead terrorists.

 Syria: Terrorists Sustaining Growing Number of Casualties in Dara’a Battle

TEHRAN (FNA)- A large group of terrorists were killed in a Syrian army operation against the Takfiri militants’ concentration centers in Dara’a province on Monday.

The army targeted militants’ positions to the West of al-Bajabjeh neighborhood and al-Hrak al-Qadeem in Dara’a al-Balad, field sources said.

Earlier, the army destroyed positions of al-Nusra Front terrorists in an Eastern neighborhood in Busra al-Sham city, 40 km East of Dara’a city, a military source said.

The army also targeted the terrorists’ positions in Atman town, 4 km North of Dara’a city, killing a number of terrorist.

Syria: Troops Storm Takfiris’ Positions in Quneitra
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army troops intensified their mop-up operations against the Takfiri militants in Quneitra province, leaving a large group of terrorists dead.

Syrian forces stormed positions of militants in Ufania, Um Batineh and Hamidieh in Quneitra, and killed a large number of the Takfiri terrorists.

Earlier this month, The concentration camps of the al-Nusra Front terrorist group in the Northern countryside of Quneitra were damaged in the shelling of the Syrian artillery units, provincial sources announced.

The sources said that the Syrian Army’s artillery units shelled heavily the gathering centers of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front in the surroundings of Ovania village and the forests of Tranja and Jibbat al-Khashab, resulting in the destruction of their military hardware and killing or wounding of scores of the terrorists on November 2.

Militants’ Moroccan Commander Killed in Syrian Army’s New Operations in Aleppo
TEHRAN (FNA)- Early battlefield reports said tens of terrorists with foreign nationalities, including their Moroccan commander, have been killed in the massive operation of the Syrian Army and Hezbollah in Aleppo countryside on Monday.

Senior Commander of the Liwa al-Maghrebi Mohammad Hamdosh was killed today by the Syrian soldiers and Hezbollah fighters near the Northern city of Aleppo.

On Saturday, the Syrian Army killed a senior field commander of the Al-Nusra Front along with his troops in Aleppo.

The army said that Faysal Sharif known as Abu Amir alongside many other Nusra militants were killed by Syrian soldiers and Hezbollah fighters near the Northern city of Aleppo.

The Syrian Armed Forces alongside popular fighters stormed the positions of Takfiri terrorists and pinned them down in various districts of the Southern part of Aleppo city on Monday.

Pro-government forces engaged in heavy clashes with the militant groups in al-Sheikh Saeed, al-Sukari, al-Ansari and al-Sakhour districts, and killed or wounded scores of them.

The Syrian army’s intensified operations in the Southern part of Aleppo blocked the exit path of the terrorists, making their retreat impossible.

Syrian Air Force Readying to Blitz ISIL in Palmyra
TEHRAN (FNA)- The ISIL headquarters in the Eastern parts of Palmyra came under massive attacks by Syrian fighter jets on Monday as army troops are closing the gap between the nearest frontline and the ancient city.

The Syrian fighter jets bombed the ISIL military sites near Palmyra, in which scores of the terrorists were killed and their military grid were seriously damaged.

In the meantime, the Syrian Air Force targeted the ISIL gathering centers in Arak and Khanifis in the Central Homs province, destroying terrorists’ vehicles and killing a reportedly large number of them.

Also on Sunday, the Syrian air force pounded the terrorists’ gathering centers and vehicles in the Eastern parts of the province of Homs.

The Syrian warplanes hit the positions of the foreign-backed militants near the village of Maheen in East of Homs.

Several vehicles and military hardware of the terrorists were also destroyed in the Syrian fighter jets’ strikes in the vicinity of Maheen village.

Syrian Forces Continue Hunting Militants in Southern Districts of Aleppo City
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Armed Forces alongside popular fighters stormed the positions of Takfiri terrorists and pinned them down in various districts of the Southern part of Aleppo city on Monday.

Pro-government forces engaged in heavy clashes with the militant groups in al-Sheikh Saeed, al-Sukari, al-Ansari and al-Sakhour districts, and killed or wounded scores of them.

The Syrian army’s intensified operations in the Southern part of Aleppo blocked the exit path of the terrorists, making their retreat impossible.

On Sunday, the Syrian forces advanced in the key battlefield of Air Force Academy (South of Kuweires Airbase) and inflicted heavy death toll on the terrorists.

Military sources said that the Air Force Academy and its nearby regions were the scenes of heavy clashes between the Takfiri terrorists and the government forces, which left dozens of the militants dead or wounded.

ISIL’s military grid also suffered significant damage in the Sunday morning battle.

Terrorists Defeated in Tough Battle with Syrian Army in Damascus
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army killed and injured dozens of foreign-backed Takfiri militants in a new round of fierce clashes with the terrorists in Damascus province.

Informed sources said on Monday that the Syrian army troops engaged in a new round of fierce clashes with militants in Nouleh village in the Eastern Ghouta and Jobar in Damascus province, killing and injuring scores of Takfiri terrorists.

On Sunday, the Syrian Army and popular forces took back al-Arabiya neighborhood at the end of a series of joint operations in the Western and Southwestern countryside of Damascus and cut the main road to al-Mo’adhimiyah, used as supply route by the militant groups.

The Syrian army and National Defense Forces (NDF) took full control over al-Arabiya in al-Shayah district located on the main road to al-Mo’adhimiyah, and cut the militants’ logistic route in the Western side of the capital Damascus.

The pro-government forces also destroyed Ajnad al-Sham’s main headquarter along the Mo’adhimiyah-Darayya road, after killing and wounding scores of the terrorists.

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