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Friday, June 13, 2014

Syrian Air Defence Forces attacked an ISIL (ISIS) convoy at the border with Iraq, dozens takfirists killed, US vehicles destroyed

With a military operation that could be called “Operation Fertilizing the Desert”, the Armed Forces of the Syrian Air Defense have recently attacked a military vehicles convoy of takfiris mercenaries of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, or Syria, ISIS ) coming from Mosul in the desert of Deir al-Zor, the Syrian city towards the Iraqi border.
These military vehicles would be part of American vehicles “graciously” delocalized in Iraq by the U.S. regime, where the mercenaries of ISIL had “accidentally” seized in Mosul.

According to the report issued on Thursday evening by the Iranian Fars News Agency, the Syrian Armed Forces have also eliminated a number of armed men while they were leading terrorist attacks in different areas, in the villages of Al-Arafi, Al-Hamidia, Al-Sheikh Yasin and Al-Shuaj, all in the north-east of Deir al-Zor.
Meanwhile, other operating units of the Syrian government troops had to evacuate women and children from the ‘camp Yaburin’, in the central province of Homs, after that the members of the ISIL mercenaries group were trying to take control of the adjacent camp of am-Sharshuh.
A group of women have also staged a sit-in in Homs in order to demonstrate to require a decisive offensive by the Syrian Army against the terrorist groups which are threatening the ‘Camp am-Sharshuh’.
But in the meantime the Syrian Arab Army forces had already started operations to free the two refugee camps threatened by barbarians takfiris, and this operation was completed successfully.
For over three years Syria, being the backbone of the Arab resistance in the region, had to fight against terrorist mercenaries and armed gangs backed by some Western and regional countries, which aim to overthrow the government of President Al-Assad to serve the interests of the Zionist Entity regime of apartheid in the Middle East.
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