SAA REPORTS: Syrian Arab Army restores security to several areas in Homs, destroys vehicles and a tunnels for Daesh mercenary-terrorists in Deir Ezzor, Hama

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Homs

(Homs 30/4/2017) ~ In the Eastern countryside of Homs province, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), in cooperation with Popular Defense groups, restored security and stability to the villages, factories, oil and gas wells of

  • Rajm al-Qaser,
  • al-Rajm al-A’li,
  • Rajm Dergham,
  • Talet al-I’lam al-Gharbiyeh,
  • Talet al-Madarjeh,
  • Talet al-Treix,
  • Sha’er telecommunication station,
  • Sha’er factory,
  • Qaret al-Bak,
  • Jabal Thaniyat al-Rez and the
  • oil and gas wells 103, 108, 110, 112

Deir Ezzor

SAA repels Daesh offensive in Deir ez-Zor
[WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO REPORT]


(Deir Ezzor 30/4/2017) ~An army unit clashed with Daesh-affiliated terrorist groups which infiltrated towards the river bed in Deir Ezzor, killing 12 terrorists and destroying a vehicle equipped with a machinegun.

Another army unit carried out several military operations against Daesh (ISIS,ISIL, IS) gatherings in the surrounding of al-Banourama area on the southwestern outskirts of the city.

The operations resulted in the death of 7 terrorists and the destruction of a vehicle equipped with a machinegun and 3 fortified posts.

A military source stated that a Syrian army unit detonated a 50-meter tunnel in al-Sina’a neighborhood in Deir Ezzor city, killing all terrorists inside it.

The Syria Air Forces launched intense airstrikes against the Daesh gatherings and hideouts in Talati (the two hills of) 17 and Alloush, al-Tharda Mountains, the Electricity Company and al-Mohandeseen on the southern axis of the city.

Hama

Great documentation of the battles in the northern Hama countryside: the Syrian Arab Army crushed the mercenary-terrorist gangs and took control of Halavia in the northern suburbs of Hama.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.003003&lon=38.430176&z=7&m=bs

click on map to enlarge ~ here for the original link


SOURCES:
Syrian & Russian Military Reports, 30 April 2017
Thanks to the heroic SANA Reporters from the Battlefield
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Submitted by SyrianPatriots 
War Press Info Network at:
https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2017/04/30/saa-reports-2/
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Video, Pictures + Analysis: Syrian flags hoisted in Afrin near rebel-occupied territory

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:15 A.M.) – Photo evidence has emerged that shows Syrian flags flying high over the Kurdish-held town of Maarnaz in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

The town of Maarnaz is within several hundred meters of the frontier between Kurdish-controlled lands and territories controlled by Turkish-backed militants. Directly to the north of Maarnaz, within three kilometers of it, is the rebel-controlled stronghold of Azaz.

This development confirms that pro-government forces (led by security detachments of the Russian Ground Forces) have entered Afrin Cantoon amid a recent escalation between the Ankara government and the Kurdish YPG (People’s Protection Units) in Syria, in which the former as threatened a direct invasion of de facto Kurdish-controlled territory that runs parallel to the Turkish border for many hundreds of kilometers.

Furthermore it seems that Maarnaz is not the only YPG-held town in Afrin Cantoon to have been entered into by pro-government forces, with video evidence emerging of other towns and villages near the Turkish border now coming under the join military supervision of pro-government forces.

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 It is very much within the interest of pro-government forces to deter a Turkish invasion of Afrin Cantoon, since a Turkish-backed rebel takeover of the territory would effectively link the Islamist bastion of Idlib to the Islamist bastion of northern Aleppo. Such a development would profoundly strengthen the position of armed groups like Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham (designated as a terrorist organization), Ahrar al-Sham and the Free Syrian Army in northern Syria to the absolute detriment of pro-government forces.
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