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Amman, SANA – The Jordanian National Popular Forum called on the Jordanian authorities to stop Jordan’s negative official interference in the affairs of Syria, Iraq and Yemen and to put an end to its involvement in the Saudi and American alliances against these countries.

The participants in the forum called for dismantling the operations room in Jordan- known as MOC- at which terrorists are trained to launch attacks inside Syria, and for stopping coordination with the regional, international and Arab sides that are hostile towards Syria.

They stressed their rejection of any presence of members of terrorist organizations operating against the Syrian state on the Jordanian territories, warning of the repercussions of this Jordanian interference in Syria on the national, political, economic and social security of Jordan.

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Syria in Last 24 Hours: Infighting Intensifies among Rival Groups in Aleppo

TEHRAN (FNA)- Infighting intensified among the Takfiri terrorist groups in the countryside of Aleppo after their recent defeats in the war with the Syrian army.

The bloody clashes erupted between the ISIL and Ahrar al-Sham Takfiri terrorist groups in the Northern parts of Aleppo countryside.

The infighting erupted after the ISIL had attacked the headquarters of Ahrar al-Sham in Idlib countryside with two bomb-laden vehicles.

Also in the past 24 hours, tens of Takfiri terrorists were killed in militants’ repeated raids on the Western parts of Aleppo city in the last few days.

Aleppo has been the scene of heavy clashes between the terrorists and the Syrian troops in the last several weeks.

Elsewhere, hundreds of foreign-backed militants surrendered to the government troops in Al-Qalamoun region in Damascus countryside.

Over 1,200 terrorists laid down arms and surrendered to the Syrian authorities late Thursday, the Syrian local sources also confirmed.

The militants also turned over their cache of ammos to the authorities, both sources added.

The development came after President Bashar al-Assad in a televised address in July pardoned all soldiers who have fled the army, saying that his words served as a general decree to relevant officials.

Assad said even those who have fought the Syrian army will be pardoned. This was the third general amnesty declared by President Assad in the last four years.

Meantime, sources in the Southwestern province of Quneitra said militants have retreated from several battlefields following the Syrian Army’s offensives in various parts of the province.

The sources said that the army troops’ operations in al-Tuloul al-Homr, Trinjeh and Abo Shabta have resulted in the killing and wounding of several insurgents.

Also, military sources said that the Syrian Army carried out massive operations against the rebel groups’ centers in the Southern province of Dara’a, and pushed them back from their positions.

The sources said that the militants sustained heavy losses in the Syrian army men’s operations in al-Ghariyeh, Nawa, al-Yadoudeh, al-Nueimeh, Khrab al-Shahm, Bosra al-Harir and al-Sheikh Miskin.

Meantime, the Takfiri terrorists violated the 48-hour ceasefire they had earlier signed with the Syrian Army in the two towns of Kafria and Fouah in Idlib countryside.

The terrorists affiliated to Jeish al-Fath group led by the al-Nusrah Front and the Syrian army inked a ceasefire deal which started at 6 am Wednesday but it was violated by the Takfiri terrorists.

The terrorist groups resumed firing mortar shells and missiles at the residential areas in Fouah and Kafaria towns which killed 7 civilians and injured 24, some of them in critical conditions.

Elsewhere, the Syrian air raids targeted positions of the foreign-backed militants in several areas across Hama and Idlib.

The Syrian warplanes killed a number of terrorists in Tal Wasit, al-Ziara, Tal Zajram, al-Zaka, Kafar Zita and al-Bahsa in Hama countryside.

Meantime, large groups of the Takfiri militants were killed in Syrian military operations in several areas across Aleppo.

The army targeted hideouts of the ISIL terrorists in the vicinity of the air force academy, Balat and Assafiyra to the East of Aleppo city.

Over 120 ISIL Terrorists Killed in Iraqi Air Strikes

 

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iraqi air force conducted several airstrikes against positions of the ISIL Takfiri terrorists in the province of Salahuddin, and killed at least 125 of them.

The Takfiri militants were killed after Iraqi warplanes carried out precision strikes against ISIL positions in the town of al-Shirqat, about 250 kilometers (155 miles) North of the capital, Baghdad, a security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said on Friday.

The source further said that six arms depots belonging to the terrorists were completely destroyed in the air raids.

Commander of the Federal Police Forces Lieutenant General Raed Shaker Jawdat also said Iraqi police troopers have engaged ISIL militants in the city of Husaybah, which lies seven kilometers (4.5 miles) East of Anbar’s provincial capital city of Ramadi, killing 29 terrorists in the operation.

He added that a large amount of munitions and equipment, including rocket launchers and heavy machine guns, were destroyed in the operation.

Meanwhile, Iraqi troops backed by fighters from allied Popular Mobilization units have regained control of al-Mal’ab region in the province of Anbar. Ten terrorists were killed and three booby-trapped houses destroyed during the operation.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control shrinking swathes of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and some Persian Gulf Arab states for the growing terrorism in their country.

The ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.

Syrian Army Kills 3 Turkish Terrorists in Lattakia, Strikes ISIL Hideouts in Homs

 

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army killed 3 Turkish terrorists in the Northern countryside of Lattakia and struck hard the ISIL Takfiri terrorists’ hideouts in Palmyra countryside, military sources said Saturday.

The sources said that the Syrian army destroyed 5 cars of terrorists and killed 3 Turkish terrorists during its operations against al-Nusra Front hideouts in the Northern countryside of Lattakia.

The agency added that Syrian warplanes bombed the ISIL hideouts in Palmyra countryside, killing many terrorists.

The sources also confirmed the death of at least 33 terrorists affiliated to the so-called Jaish al-Fateh during the country’s army men operations in Idlib and Hama.

Rebels Sustain Heavy Losses in Syrian Army Operations in Lattakia Province

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Army launched massive operations against the militants’ gathering centers in the coastal province of Lattakia, and pushed them back from their positions in different areas, the military sources said.

The sources said that the militants’ strongholds were massively stormed by the Syrian army men in Karfous, the nearby areas of Dair Hanna and Katef al-Ghanameh, which forced the rebels to retreat from their positions.

On Wednesday, a military source said that the army carried out operations against terrorists’ hideouts and concentration centers in Dweir al-Akrad, Jeb al-Ahmar and Abu Risheh, killing scores of terrorists and destroying a number of their vehicles, an armored vehicle, and a weapons depot.

Syrian Army Recaptures Tal Za’tar in West Dara’a

 

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Army’s 132nd Brigade of the 5th Armored Division – in coordination with the National Defense Forces (NDF) – launched a counter-assault against the Liwaa Thawar Souriya in the strategic hilltop of Tal Za’tar and retook full control over the area, military sources said.

The sources said that the Syrian army recaptured Tal Za’tar from the rebel group before 4:30 p.m. (Damascus Time) on Friday, forcing the rebels to retreat from the area towards the town of Yadouda in order to evade the aerial assault from the Syrian Air Force.

Tal Za’tar is strategically located to the West of Dara’a City; its proximity to the provincial capital’s Western suburbs makes it an imperative military endeavor for the rebel forces that are attempting to besiege the city of Dara’a from three different flanks (West, South, and East).

Inside Dara’a City, clashes between the 132nd Brigade of the Syrian army and the so-called Free Syrian Army’s “Southern Front Brigades” were reported at the Al-Manishiyah-Dara’a Al-Balad axis; however, there was no change in the ground situation as a result.

Iraqi Forces Kill Top ISIL Leaders

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraqi security forces killed two top ISIL leaders in the province of Anbar on Saturday.

Al-Jazeera and AL-Badiya operations command killed two ISIL leaders in al-Jiba area in Baghdadi district in Anbar, a security source said.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control shrinking swathes of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and some Persian Gulf Arab states for the growing terrorism in their country.

The ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.

Syrian Fighter Jets Pound Rebel Positions near Aleppo
TEHRAN (FNA)- Syrian warplanes hit the rebel centers hard in the nearby areas of the Northern city of Aleppo, inflicting heavy losses upon them, sources said.

The sources said that the rebel groups’ gathering centers in the surrounding areas of the Air Force Academy, al-Bab, and Ballat were massively targeted by the country’s air force which resulted in the killing or wounding of several militants.

On Thursday, large groups of the Takfiri militants were killed in Syrian military operations in several areas across Aleppo.

The army targeted hideouts of the ISIL terrorists in the vicinity of the air force academy, Balat and Assafiyra to the East of Aleppo city.

During the army operations, a large group of terrorists were killed and their weapons were destroyed.

The army targeted positions of the Takfiri militants in Bani Zaid, old Aleppo, Sheikh Said and al-Ramoseh in Aleppo city, leaving a group of them dead.

Syrian Army strikes terrorists hard in different areas, destroying rocket launching pad and leaders’ den in Eastern Ghouta

Damascus, SANA-Units of the army and armed forces on Saturday continued to launch wide-scale military operations against dens and positions of the Takfiri terrorist organizations across the country, killing scores of them and destroying their arms and ammunition.

Daraa

Units of the army and armed forces  destroyed the supply routes and dens of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization and of the so-called “Jaish al-Yarmouk” in the southern Daraa province.

A military source told SANA that units of the army carried out operations against terrorists’ dens on the southwestern outskirts of Daraa City, killing a large number of terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra and other Takfiri organizations, adding that among the terrorists killed was Hasan Mansour al-Saleh who is the leader of the so-called “Horan Martyrs Brigade”

In Daraa al-Balad neighborhood, an army unit carried out special operations morning against hotbeds and dens of the Takfiri terrorists in the surroundings of Zenobia School and the building of the Doctors Syndicate, and in the neighborhoods of al-Nazihin, al-Sibieh, and al-Hammadin.

Two armored vehicles were destroyed in the operations and a number of terrorists were killed including terrorist Mifleh al-Kinani who is the leader of one of the Takfiri organizations in the area.

An army unit also destroyed a den of the Takfiri organizations to the east of al-Sikak buildings in Ataman town, killing a number of their members and destroying a machinegun and an amount of varied arms.

Heavy losses were also inflicted upon the Takfiri terrorist organizations in the personnel and the ammunition in operations carried out by units of the army against their dens in Tal al-Harra, Enkhil, Jasem and Kafr Shams.

Meanwhile, the terrorist organizations admitted on their pages on the social networking websites that tens of their members were killed including terrorist Hasan Mansour al-Saleh who is the leader of the so-called “Horan Martyrs Brigade” and Mohammad Nidal al-Shummari who is the leader of the so-called “Jaish al-Yarmouk.”

Quneitra

An army unit targeted gatherings of terrorists and others’ hideouts in Tuloul al-Homr in the countryside of the neighboring Quneitra province, leaving a number of them dead or injured and their vehicles, weapons and ammunition destroyed.

Other army units killed scores of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists and destroyed their vehicles which were equipped with heavy machine guns as they targeted their hideouts and movements in the villages of um Batina and Mumtanah.

More of the terrorists’ weapons and ammunition were destroyed in the village of Abu Shabta.

Damascus countryside 

A rocket launching pad belonging to terrorists was destroyed in army air strikes in Mdeira town in Eatsern Ghouta in Damascus Countryside.

A den of leaders of terrorist groups and an ammunition deport were also destroyed in army air strikes in Erbin city in Eastern Ghouta.

In the meantime, many terrorists, most of them foreigners, were killed as the army’s air force targeted their den in Harasta city near Damascus.

Homs

The Army Air Force carried out a number of airstrikes against dens and positions of the ISIS terrorists in the countryside of Tadmur city in the central Homs province, inflicting heavy losses upon them in the arms and personnel.

The warplanes destroyed a number of the machinegun-equipped vehicles belonging to the ISIS terrorists, killing scores of them in airstrikes against their dens and hotbeds in the surroundings of al-Maqale’a and to the west of al-Muthalath strategic area in the countryside of Tadmur.

Aleppo

A number of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists were killed and others were injured and a number of their machinegun-equipped vehicles were destroyed in operations carried out by the army last night and against their dens in al-Mansoura village and in the surroundings of Scientific Research building in the western countryside of the northern Aleppo province.

A number of terrorists were also killed and their arms and vehicles were destroyed in operations carried out by the army against their dens and positions in the villages of al-Wadihi, Blat and Jbab, and to the east of al-Sfera city.

A number of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorists were killed and others were injured and their vehicles and ammunition were destroyed in operations carried out by the army over the past 24 hours against their dens and positions in the villages of Kwaires, Arbid and al-Jdaida in the eastern countryside of the province.

Meanwhile, units of the army continued to hunt down the remnants of the ISIS terrorists on different axes in the surroundings of the Air Force Academy, 40 km to the east of Aleppo City.

In Aleppo City, units of the army destroyed the hotbeds of the terrorist organizations in the neighborhoods of Old Aleppo, al-Layramoun, Jam’aiyat al-Zahra, Bustan al-Qasir, al-Rashidin 4 and Bani Zaid, in addition to destroying their arms, ammunition and mortar launchers.

The Takfiri terrorist organizations admitted on their pages on the social networking websites that a number of their members were killed.

Lattakia

A unit of the army and the armed forces killed scores of terrorists, one of them of Saudi nationality in al-Hilweh town in the northern countryside of the coastal Lattakia province.

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