The Syrian Arab Army continue their operations inside the southern region of Syria on Thursday, targeting several areas controlled by the so-called Islamic State in the Al -Sweida province. 

Led by their 3rd and 10th divisions, the Syrian Army stormed the Islamic State’s  remaining hideouts inside the Al-Safa area of southern Syria. 

According to a military source in southern Syria, the Syrian Army managed to liberate more than 2 kilometers of territory occupied by the terrorist forces after a series of intense clashes this afternoon. 

The Syrian Army is now raining missiles on this large volcanic region in southern Syria in order to clear the trenches raised by the Islamic State forces in the Al-Safa area. 

With only a small pocket left under the Islamic State’s control, the Syrian Army is poised to conclude their operations in southern Syria before the start of their northwestern offensives.

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