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Monday, April 3, 2017

ISIS update 4/03/2017..Militant Defenses Collapsing In Northern Hama

Syrian War Report – April 3, 2017: Militant Defenses Collapsing In Northern Hama

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The Syrian army backed by the country's air force hit hard the terrorists' military positions and hardware in Western and Northwestern Aleppo province.

The terrorists sustained heavy losses in the Syrian army's attacks and air raids by the country's warplanes in Aleppo province.

The Syrian army also continued its advances in other key provinces across Syria.


The Syrian Army troops and Air Force targeted terrorists' positions and gathering centers regions West and Northwest of Aleppo province, inflicting major casualties on the terrorists.

The army soldiers clashed with terrorists near the Dar al-Izzah, causing severe casualties in their ranks.

In the meantime, the army aircraft raided the positions of the militants in Khan al-Asal town.

Informed sources in the Southwestern outskirts of Aleppo city said that the army units fended off terrorist groups' attack on government forces' positions in al-Rashedeen district, killing a number of militants and forcing others to flee.


The Syrian Army troops stormed terrorists' movements in Northern Hama, inflicting heavy damage on their military hardware, mainly their vehicles.

The army units engaged in fierce clashes with terrorists of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board) in Qamhana and Arzeh towns' surroundings, destroying a number of militants' armored vehicles.

In addition to the destruction of the vehicles, the Syrian Army also seized a number of vehicles from the retreating terrorists.

Informed sources said that a BTR-60 was among the seized vehicles from Jeish al-Izzah militant group.

They added that a BMP vehicle and several other armored vehicles of Tahrir Al-Sham were completely destroyed in the attack.


The Syrian Army's artillery units opened heavy fire at terrorists' positions in the Southern outskirts of Damascus city, while other army units engaged in clashes with militants in the same region.

The artillery units heavily pounded the positions of militants in the Yarmouk Refugee Camp in Southern outskirts of Damascus city, inflicting heavy losses on the terrorists.

The army soldiers also clashed with terrorists North of Yarmouk camp in an area between al-Thanavia and al-Rija neighborhoods.

In the meantime, the army closed all tunnels linking the Allah neighborhood of Barzeh district to al-Qaboun district Northeast of Damascus.

Sources in Eastern Ghouta reported that the army men engaged in heavy fighting with the terrorists in al-Qaboun, while the army carried out heavy rocket attack on the terrorists' position in the al-Qaboun.

The sources added that the army expanded its control over al-Reihan Farms in Eastern Damascus and gained control over more points and tunnel networks in the vicinity of Ibn Sina Hospital following heavy fighting with terrorist groups since Saturday afternoon, killing and wounding dozens of militants.


The Syrian Army troops stormed the positions of Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) in Eastern Dara'a, destroying a command post of the terrorists.

The army units struck the concentration centers of the Al-Nusra front North of the town of Na’ima in East Dara'a, destroying terrorists' command post and killing and wounding a number of militants.

In the meantime, the army hit the terrorist groups’ gatherings in Dara'a al-Balad, al-Tihi village, Eastern farms of Ibt'a village and Karak district, killing and wounding a number of the militants, destroying a tank and 2 machinegun-equipped vehicles.

Meanwhile, the coordination center of the militants announced that an official member of the "Ahrar Al-Sham" nom de guerre "Munif al-Qaddah" was wounded as his car came under fire in the city of "Al-Harak" in Northern Dara'a.


Scores of the ISIL militants have been killed in intense battle with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Northern Syria as the terrorist group attempted to storm several settlements, the SDF said in a statement.

The ISIL attacked the village of Misharfa West of Tabaqa town, and the SDF fighters managed to repel their attack.

The SDF fended off a suicide car attack and seized two ISIL tanks.

ISIL suffered several casualties, while two SDF soldiers suffered injuries in the fighting, the statement added.

ISIL also attacked the village of Icel East of Raqqa but the SDF managed to repel the attack, destroying two vehicles prepared for suicide car bombing.

The SDF killed a number of ISIL members but the exact number remains unknown.


The Syrian Army forces repelled Ahrar al-Sham's heavy attack in the mountainous regions of Northern Lattakia, killing and wounding a number of terrorists after hours of non-stop clashes, military sources reported.

The sources said that after mobilizing a significant number of militants in rural Lattakia over the past few days, Ahrar a-Sham terrorists carried out a large attack on the government forces' positions between the villages of Shahroura and Al-Shamas.

Spearheaded by Ahrar Al-Sham, the militant units stormed a nearby checkpoint held by the army troops, the sources said.

They added that the army discovered the advancing terrorists early on and advised entrenched government soldiers to set up an ambush in the Kinsibba region. While upwards of one hundred fighters advanced towards the seemingly unmanned checkpoint on the outskirts of Kinsibba, the army suddenly opened fire from two hilltops and inflicted substantial casualties on the terrorists in the process.

The sources went on to say that with dozens dead in the wake of the failed attack, terrorists quickly scattered towards militant-held positions on the provincial border between Lattakia and Idlib.

Only few corpses were retrieved by Ahrar Al-Sham amid the failed attack while many wounded fighters were left behind to be captured alive by the Syrian army, the sources further said.

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Iraqi Forces Slow Old Mosul Offensive to Avoid Civilian Casualties

Iraqi armed forces have slowed down the pace of their offensive near Old Mosul to avoid civilian casualties.

Iraqi armed forces have slowed down the pace of their offensive near Old Mosul to avoid civilian casualties, a government forces source told Sputnik on Monday, noting that the troops are preparing to surround terrorists there.

"We changed tactics, slowing down the pace of the offensive as we entered the area of the Old City with its dense buildings," the source said, adding that "we are mainly working with snipers, small arms, and if we direct artillery or rockets, then only after confirmation from our informants inside the city that there are no civilians in this or that house."

The source in the Iraqi armed forces said their plan to encircle entrenched terrorist fighters near Old City was meeting fierce resistance "in order not to let themselves be outflanked."

"However, when the ring begins to close, they will inevitably leave these areas, moving to neighboring ones. This is their invariable tactic and we are counting on it, it will help avoid many victims," the source added.


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