BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:05 P.M.) – Forces of ISIS fighting in and around the terrorist group’s capital of Al-Mayadeen are enduring horrific losses as they attempt to hurl back elite Syrian Arab Army troops storming the city and its surrounding area.

According to military sources, the Syrian Army – backed by by Russian airstrikes – killed at least fifty ISIS militants in and around Al-Mayadeen over a 24 hour period yesterday.

Reports say that whilst some of the losses suffered by ISIS yesterday can be put down to the actions of Russian warplanes, the majority of the deaths of jihadist combatants is, by far, due to clashes with Syrian Army forces on the ground.

Speaking with Al-Masdar News, one Syrian military source stated that ISIS is now throwing everything it has at Syrian Army units in and around Al-Mayadeen and that the terrorist group’s forces, given the rate of losses in the battle so far, are approaching the point of total collapse.

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Terence Silvestre Jr.
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Well done.
Keep it up my dear SAA, killing more and more and dont stop until there is nor one of those terrorists alive there.

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Assad must stay

I hope that will continue at this rate. ISIS must be fucked, non stop ❗