ISIS retreats from more key points in the deserts of Sweida
The Syrian Army continued hunting the remaining pockets of ISIL terrorists in the Eastern desert of Sweida on Wednesday, imposing control over more strategic points.
The army men stormed ISIL’s strongholds in the depth of the desert of Sweida and captured several hills in the rocks.
Other units of the army drove ISIL out of more areas in Qa’a al-Banat in Toloul al-Safa.
In the meantime, field sources said that the army seized military control over Qabr Sheikh Hossein region after its advances in Western, Northwestern and Southwestern Toloul al-Safa.
The sources further said that ISIL front is on the verge of full collapse as its supplying lines in Toloul al-Safa have been cut off by the army.
On Tuesday, the army units engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL in the depth of the Eastern desert of Sweida, imposing control over more areas in the rocks in Toloul al-Safa.
In the meantime, the army’s artillery and missile units pounded ISIL’s strongholds and movements in Toloul al-Safa, destroying the terrorists’ positions and killing a number of sniper men.
The army has reinvigorated its positions in Toloul al-Safa.