The Syrian army, backed by the country’s fighter jets and Russian warplanes, launched large-scale offensive on the Takfiri militants’ positions in Homs province, forcing hundreds of terrorists to flee.

Hundreds of Takfiri terrorists fled their positions in Homs province as the Syrian army, backed by airstrikes, staged a large-scale offensive on the positions of the militants, sources said Thursday.

Syrian army troops liberated the Eastern part of the towns of Jawalek and Sinaysil in Homs province from the control of the Takfiri militants, and inflicted heavy losses on the terrorists, reports said Thursday.

The Syrian army, backed by the National Defense Forces, retook full control over the Eastern part of the towns of Jawalek and Sinaysil in Homs, killing scores of terrorists and destroying their weapons and vehicles.

Earlier reports said the Syrian army killed tens of the ISIL terrorists in Homs province.

The Syrian forces killed scores of ISIL terrorists in the vicinity of the city of Palmyra in Homs.

The Syrian army killed tens of ISIL terrorists in fresh battles in Homs before launching ots massive operations to capture the ancient city of Palmyra (also known as Tadmur) in the province, reports said Thursday.

An intelligence source disclosed on Wednesday that the Syrian Army, popular force and the Russian Air Force are coordinating to launch a joint massive operation to win back militant-held Palmyra city in Homs province.

The commander of the Syrian ground force, National Defense Forces (NDF) and the Russian air force are reviewing the last steps of their joint operation to recapture the ancient city of Palmyra from the ISIL terrorists.

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Moustafa is the Media Relations / Governmental Information officer from Syrian background from Kafr Soussé, Damascus, Syria living in Australia

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