Mass Surrenders Under Way In Syria By US / ISIS / ISRAELI / NATO Terror Forces RUSSIAN AIR FORCE .
Mass Surrenders under way in Syria by US / ISIS / ISRAELI / NATO Terror Forces RUSSIAN AIR FORCE .
Syria by US / ISIS / ISRAELI / NATO Terror Forces RUSSIAN AIR FORCE (Story by Veterans TODAY) http://www.veteranstoday.com/#2015/10...
Over 1,000 terrorists have laid down arms and surrendered to the Syrian authorities over the past 24 hours in Daraa, Syria’s National Reconciliation Committee announced on Monday. The photos show those who have surrendered in an official ceremony where they are pardoned by the government.
Informed sources said that at least eight ISIL militants were killed and several others were injured in coordinated operations of the Syria Army troops and the country’s Air Force in the Southern countryside of Damascus.
The sources said that the Syrian fighter jets launched a series of airstrikes on the ISIL positions in the nearby areas of al-Taqadam, Yarmouk camp, and al-Tadamon, hitting a number of sites of the terrorist group.
The sources added that the Syrian warplanes struck the terrorist group with 12 airstrikes in the three abovementioned districts, which once were under the control of al-Nusra Front and the Free Syrian Army (FSA), but they were captured by the ISIL in the Spring of 2015.
Following the conclusion of the Syrian airstrikes, the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA), in coordination with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC), Fatah Al-Intifada, and the National Defense Forces (NDF), carried out an attack against the ISIL at 30th Street in the Yarmouk camp, killing at least eight militants.
Last week, military sources said that the Syria Armed Forces stormed the positions of Jeish al-Islam militant group near Harasta in Damascus governorate, and pushed them back towards the city’s highway.
The sources said that the Syrian Army’s 105th Brigade of the Republican Guard, in coordination with the National Defense Forces (NDF) and Palestine Liberation Army, took control of more territory inside the Harasta Industrial Area, forcing Jeish al-Islam militants to withdraw towards the Harasta Highway.
With approximately 65 percent of the Harasta Industrial Area under their control, the battle for the Harasta Highway will be crucial; thus far, the Syrian Air Force has relentlessly bombarded the militant group, as the Syrian forces are prepare for this integral fight.
Military sources said that the ISIL Takfiri terrorists sustained heavy losses as a result of the Russian Air Force’s massive operations in Raqqa, Hama, and Aleppo governorates.
The sources said that the Russian warplanes began their air attacks on the ISIL strongholds after their reconnaissance flights reportedly captured footage of a large training camp of the terrorist group inside the village of Kassra al-Sheikh, in the Northern Raqqa governorate.
The Russian fighter jets struck the ISIL training camp at Kassra al-Sheikh around 9:30 a.m. Monday, destroying the terrorist group’s camp before they turned their attention to the Tabaqa airbase.
In the meantime, the Russian warplanes conducted another air raid on the ISIL-stronghold of ‘Aqayrbat in the Hama governorate, where they struck a terrorist convoy on the road to the imperative city of al-Salamiyah.
The city of ‘Aqayrbat in the Hama governorate’s Eastern territories was relatively untouched before the Russian airstrikes this month.
Also, the Russian air force carried out seven more airstrikes against the ISIL positions in the Deir Hafer Plains of the Aleppo governorate; these airstrikes are specifically targeting the terrorist group along the Deir Hafer Highway that leads to the Kuweires airbase.
The Russian military said Sunday that the country’s air group in Syria is using Kh-29L air-to-surface missiles to conduct airstrikes against the ISIL militants.
“A Kh-29L surface-to-air missile is equipped with a semi-active laser guidance system. When the launch is conducted, a pilot illuminates a target with a laser sight. At the same time an aircraft can continue the flight,” Aerospace Forces Spokesman Colonel Igor Klimov said.