TEHRAN, April 4, YJC -The Syrian army is pushing ISIL further back in regions near Palmyra (Tadmur) and seized a number of key points on Monday.
TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club
(YJC)- The army units assisted by allied forces won control over the strategic Mount Abu Al-Dohour after bloody clashes with ISIL militants.
Military sources said that the army operations in the last 48 hours have inflicted heavy casualties on the terrorists.
Meantime, other army units also earned victory in a number of nearby regions and seized control over Abu-Qaala dam and Wadi Al-Hasou plain North-West of Station 4, South-East of Homs.
The Syrian Army troops and their popular allies have expanded the security zone around the recently-freed city of Palmyra (Tadmur) and aim to drive ISIL out of Homs province.
Meantime, the army is fighting Al-Nusra terrorists in limited regions North of the same province.
The army has also secured the provincial capital by winning militants' trust to lay down arms and join a peace agreement, while hundreds of others who turned down the peace offer have agreed to relocate from Homs city to Idlib province.
Phase one of the relocation program completed last week.
(Fars News Agency)