Army kills scores of terrorists across the country, destroys their dens and vehicles

Provinces - Units of the army and the armed forces on Monday continued to target dens and positions of the Takfiri terrorist organizations across the country, killing scores of their members and destroying their arms and vehicles.


Army units destroyed positions of Jabhat al-Nusra and other terrorist organizations affiliated to it in the neighborhoods of al-Rashidin, al-Aziziyeh, Bani Zeid, Bab al-Hadid, al-Lairamoun, al-Shaar, al-Halk, al-Kastilo, al-Maysar, and the Old City in Aleppo city.

The army continues operations against terrorists , destroys their arms, hideouts, thwarts infiltration attempts

Provinces - The army, backed by its air force, launched a large- scale operations against terrorists of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other terrorist organizations across the country, where a number of their hideouts were destroyed and many of their members were killed.


A number of terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra and other terrorist organizations were killed and injured and their arms and ammunition were destroyed during the army operations in Tranja village in the northern countryside of Ouneitra province, a military source told SANA.

Syrian TV airs confessions of captured ISIS terrorist

Hasaka - Hussam Abdul-Razzak, a terrorist whom the Syrian army caught in Hasaka, has confessed to fighting in the ranks of ISIS under foreign commanders.

In televised confessions aired by the Syrian TV on Saturday, Abdul-Razzak said he hails from Al-Ummal (workers) neighborhood in Deir Ezzor city, adding he was recruited to fight in the ranks of the ultra-radical organization and received training in Iraq before he was transferred along with others to Syria.

The terrorist said he fought side by side with as many as 70 terrorists in al-Nashwa neighborhood in Hasaka, indicating that all those who blew up car bombs in Hasaka were non-Syrians.

UN Spokesman: De Mistura expected to submit new proposals on launching political settlement in Syria

United Nations - UN Spokesman said on Friday that the UN Envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura is expected to submit new proposals at the end of July in an attempt to launch a political settlement for the crisis in Syria.

AFP quoted the spokesman as saying that de Mistura has to continue his consultations with the aim of setting his proposals on the way of supporting the Syrian parties in their efforts to find a political solution before the end of July.

Poisson: No sustainable solution to crisis without negotiating with President al-Assad

Damascus - The crisis in Syria could not be solved through the EU or the West in general or the US without talking with President Bashar al-Assad, said Jean-Frederic Poisson, member of the National Assembly of France and Chairman of the Christian Democratic Party.

During his meeting with Speaker of the People’s Assembly Mohammad Jihad al-Laham in Damascus on Saturday, Poisson referred to the disinformation and misleading the European people are being subjected to in regard to the nature of the events taking place in Syria.

Syrian army kills 38 terrorists, foils attacks on military posts

PROVINCES,(ST)_At least 35 terrorists were killed and 23 others wounded in the countrysides of Hama, Idlib and Lattakia during qualitative operations that synchronized with foiling ISIS terrorists' infiltration bids into military posts in Hasaka.

According to a military source, army units killed all members of a terrorist group, including its leader, dubbed Abo Hodayfa, during a qualitative operation on al-Nusra Front hideouts in Qaston town in the northwestern countryside of Hama, which is adjacent to the administrative boundaries of Idlib.

Nasrallah: Syria will remain steadfast, and no-one can bring it down militarily

Beirut – Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, reaffirmed the need to find a political solution for the crisis in Syria, saying that the states that are causing trouble in Syria must cease doing so.

In a speech delivered on Friday on occasion of Quds Day, Nasrallah said that if Syria is lost, then Palestine will be lost as well, and that what is happening in Syria and the Takfiri plot both serve Israel, noting that Israeli leaders have recently expressed satisfaction over the war, destruction, and fighting taking place in Syria.