BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:35 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) scored a big advance in southern Syria, today, after breaking through the Islamic State’s (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) lines at the Al-Safa region.

Led by their 3rd Corps and 4th Armored Division, the Syrian Arab Army managed to seize the Al-Safa volcano, following the collapse of Daesh’s lines on Saturday afternoon.

According to a military source in Sweida, the Syrian Arab Army killed scores of Daesh terrorists in the Al-Safa region, including the emir of southern Syria Abu Hajer Al-Shishani.

In addition to the high death toll, several Daesh terrorists surrendered themselves to the Syrian Army, ending their long battle in Al-Safa.

As shown in the photos below, some Daesh corpses were left behind by the terrorist group as they retreated to the western axis of this region:

Photo credit: Syrian Army
Photo credit: Syrian Army
Photo credit: Syrian Army
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CityOfRev

Keep up the good work!

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Da’esh Zio-Wahhabi-Salafist scum burn in h**l!

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Amrika UK EU Saudi Qatar joint investment wasted. Wish SAA had released more photos.

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Daesh = Iranian investment 😉

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Thank you valiant Syrian Army for cleaning Syria of this rats👍👋

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The COWARDS are surrendering.
Read it and Weep ,Poster known as Abu Baker.

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To be fair many joined ISIS either because of coercion or desperation for work to support their families. If they were Syrian, given half a chance to escape and be out of harm’s way, they would reconcile with the Syrian Government.
Abu Bakir is merely an angry, frustrated jihadi, or he could be Dashbag’s schizophrenic other.

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Nestor Arapa

Deberían mostrar mas fotos y videos para compartirlas.

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Muhammad Rizqi Siregar

It is so sad that they lost their precious boots!

I understand that the SAA took their lives, and therefore, these terrorists’ “brothers-in-arms” took their weapons and ammos off to continue fighting. But boots?

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That rocky terrain can be hard on boots. Try walking in that with worn out soles. Even during the American Civil War boots were sought after by soldiers suffering shortages.