BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 P.M.) – For the first time this month, the Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) launched a series of airstrikes across a region of Syria.

According to a military source in Sweida, the Syrian Air Force heavily bombarded the Islamic State’s (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) positions inside the Badiya Al-Sham region.

The source said that the Syrian Air Force specifically targeted the Khirbat Hosn area at the provincial border of Sweida and Homs; this attack hit an Islamic State sleeper cell that was active in this part of the Badiya Al-Sham region.

He would add that many of the Islamic State terrorists that were holed up in the Al-Safa region in Al-Sweida had managed to escape to this area of the Badiya Al-Sham.

Another source in Damascus told Al-Masdar that the Syrian Army is having a difficult time patrolling this desert region because of the large number of caves in the region.

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It’s funny when IDF makes more strikes against SAA then SAF against ISIS…

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Silly many brave Syrians in the SAF have fallen victim over the years to Israeli backed terorist. Not to mention the IDF is so scared they shoot from outside Syrian territory It’s like throwing rocks at the neighbors house with police cars surrounding you. ‘Look how tough I am you can’t hit me I’m in my safe space’

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There are no Israeli-backed terrorists, don’t fall for stupid conspiracy theories, it’s DEFINITIVELY NOT Israel’s interest to end with Syria ruled by fanatical morons even worst than Nasrallah, Hanniyeh or Khamenei! Late Mossad boss Meir Dagan even said just a few months before passing away : “Hey, we have even less problems with Syria than with Egypt or Jordan since Bashar came to power! Why would we want to remove him?”. Your terrorists are on Qatar+Turkey’s payroll, if not Iranian one for ISIS. You know, all Israel needs to have Arabs fight each other is to make ’em unable to… Read more »

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prince teutonic : they don’t strike SAA unless SAA provoked them first by shooting at them. Usually, they only target Hezb or IRGC which both asked for this for decades. My 2 cents that, if there were no provocations for the latest strikes, you had Hezb or IRGC bases in the struck bases. Let them reap what they sown through their terrorist actions. SAA shouldn’t interfere : this is not their business. Few seem to have noticed but IDF’s ROE (rules of engagement) are very strict. Now, you know, with what remains of ISIS, there is still very few room… Read more »

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Mientras no ingrese suministros ni comida, tendrán que salir de sus madrigueras y el ejercito Sirio debe estar preparado para ese momento. a cazar ratas.