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Wednesday, March 9

"Surrender now, you have nowhere to go"

Syrian Army Leaflet


Wed Mar 09, 2016 - 4:24
FARS
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian air force dropped more leaflets reading "Surrender Now" over the militant groups across the Eastern province of Deir Ezzur on Wednesday to give the Takfiri terrorists a last chance to lay down their arms and surrender to the authorities.

The Syrian aircraft dropped the leaflets over the terrorist groups' stronghold in different towns and villages of Deir Ezzur province reading "surrender now; you have nowhere to go".

On Tuesday, the Syrian army and popular forces stormed the ISIL terrorists' fortified positions in a village South of the city of Deir Ezzur, killing and injuring more than 70 of them.

"The Syrian Army and popular forces pushed their way further into ISIL-held areas in Deir Ezzur province, imposing heavy casualties on the terrorists in heavy clashes in the region," a military source said.

The military source added pro-government forces taking on ISIL positions in al-Shola village, engaged in heavy clashes with ISIL terrorists and killed more than 40 terrorists and injured 32 others.

[END REPORT]

Wed Mar 09, 2016 - 5:25
FARS

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian fighter jets, in several combat flights on Wednesday, targeted the ISIL strongholds in the Northern and Western outskirts of Deir Ezzur city, and inflicted major casualties on the terrorists.

The ISIL positions in al-Dahmoush district in the Northern side of Deir Ezzur and al-Roshdiyeh in the Western outskirt of the city came under the heavy bombardments of the Syrian aircraft, which claimed the lives of many terrorists.

Also, the Syrian air force dropped more leaflets reading "Surrender Now" over the militant groups across the Eastern province of Deir Ezzur to give the Takfiri terrorists a last chance to lay down their arms and surrender to the authorities.

The Syrian aircraft dropped the leaflets over the terrorist groups' stronghold in different towns and villages of Deir Ezzur province reading "surrender now; you have nowhere to go".

[END REPORT]

Syrian militants surrending in what is now a routine, friendly process across Syria


Wed Mar 09, 2016 - 5:43
FARS

TEHRAN (FNA)- More than 97 militants, formerly operating in Homs province, laid down their arms on Wednesday and turned themselves in to the Syrian officials as the pro-government forces keep on advancing across the Central province.

The militants formerly fighting in the Homs province's ar-Rastan, Talbiseh, and in the city of Homs surrendered to the Syrian government as the forces loyal to the Syrian President Bashar Assad continue gaining ground across the country.

Reports said earlier that the Syrian Air Force dropped a series of leaflets over the militant-held part of Homs province and several other regions across Syria, giving the Takfiri terrorists another chance to lay down arms.

As the Syrian government forces are advancing against the militant groups in different parts of Homs province, the country's air fleet began dropping the leaflets, the practice that the government follows in parallel with hitting the militants.

Reports said also that the Syrian army continued to advance against the Terrorist groups, mainly the ISIL and al-Nusra Front, and seized back more lands in the Eastern parts of the province.

Meantime, the Syrian and Russian strikers intensified their joint air raids on ISIL positions across the key city of Palmyra and its suburbs, and took a heavy toll from the terrorist group on Wednesday.

Until last year, most surrendering cases happened in Homs and Damascus provinces, but now a growing number of militants lay down arms across the country. As the army scores more wins across Syria more militants lay down arms to save their lives.

Around 250 militants in the Southern province of Dara'a laid down their arms and turned themselves in to the Syrian officials on February 29.

The 250 surrendered militants were mostly from al-Sanamein region, including 130 from the village of Kefr Shams.

Earlier the same month, at least 59 militants in two provinces of Damascus and Idlib turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities.

Also, 27 Takfiri militants laid down arms and turned themselves in to the Syrian army in Homs, Hama and Idlib provinces in February.

Reports said also in late December that some 157 wanted militants in Damascus turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities. Some 117 wanted persons from Homs surrendered to be pardoned also the same month.

Meanwhile, 40 wanted militants from the provinces of Damascus and Hama also turned themselves in to the authorities against in December.

Another 116 Takfiri militants turned themselves in to the Syrian army in Homs province on December 20.

On December 12, some 20 wanted Takfiri terrorists in Hama province gave up fight and turned themselves in to the authorities to enjoy the general amnesty issued by President Bashar Al-Assad that has been in place for the last several years.

Some 200 wanted militants from Zabadani region and Madaya in Damascus province also surrendered on December 5.

"The Syrian government has vowed to pardon all those who lay down arms voluntarily and it has remained loyal to its pledge so far, and this has encouraged us to give up fight, specially considering that the government troops, National Defense Forces (NDF) and Hezbollah who also enjoy the air backup of the Syrian and Russian air forces has gained momentum in its battlefield victories," one of those who surrendered in Damascus on December 5 said.

President Bashar Assad’s government freed 270 militants within the framework of the country's reconciliation plan on December 11.

[END REPORT]

In more Syrian war news from FARS
  
Note in the second report that Kurds who get help from the Russians are faring better than those who rely on the U.S. coalition. 

Wed Mar 09, 2016 4:58
FARS

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian and Russian strikers intensified their joint air raids on ISIL positions across the key city of Palmyra and its suburbs, and took a heavy toll [on] the terrorist group on Wednesday.

"The air raids destroyed the militant group's positions in several districts in the city of Palmyra (Tadmur) in the Southeastern parts of Homs province, killing and wounding a number of militants," informed military sources said.

According to one report by a source on the ground, the aerial operation then extended to as-Sawwanah and al-Bayarat areas near the city of Palmyra and Syrian jets and their allies bombarded the fortified positions of ISIL there.

The sources added that also the Syrian artillery units heavily pounded the militants' positions in the oil-rich region of Jezl, destroying the terrorists' military hardware and annihilating some of them.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Syrian Army troops repelled the ISIL attacks on the government forces' positions in the Eastern and Southeastern parts of Homs province, and inflicted a heavy death toll on the terrorists.

The ISIL attempts to prevail over the strongholds of the government forces in al-Maqale’a (quarries), Thaniyeh al-Rajmeh and Dhuhour al-Hayyal in Palmyra countryside were thwarted by the Syrian army.

The ISIL left behind tens of wounded and injured members and fled the battlefield under the heavy fire of the Syria government forces.

[END REPORT]

Wed Mar 09, 2016 4:53
FARS


"The SDF that is comprised of mainly Kurdish fighters as well as a few hundred Syrian Arab dissident forces have received trainings from the US and have been provided with scanty US-coalition air support in their battles in Raqqa province in Northeastern Syria. But in Northern and Northwestern battlefronts they have been operating alongside the YPG and received the Russian air backup in their Aleppo wars that started with the conquest of Tishrin Dam on the Euphrates early in February."

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Kurdish fighters continued their advances in Hasaka province and seized back another strategic village in tough battle with the ISIL terrorists.

The Kurdish forces took full control of Um al-Modafe village in Hasaka province after fierce clashes with the ISIL.

Scores of Takfiri terrorists were killed and wounded in the clashes with the Kurdish YPG and SDF forces.

The Kurdish forces have made considerable military gains against the ISIL in the Northern and Northeastern parts of Syria in recent weeks.

In a relevant development on Monday, the Kurdish forces seized back a key village in the Southwestern part of Hasaka province in heavy clashes with the ISIL terrorists.

The Kurdish forces took full control of al-Makman village in Hasaka province.

Also on Monday, a top ISIL commander was killed in clashes with the SDF in the Southern part of Hasaka province.

Ala Ahmad al-Arsan known as Abu Modayen was killed in a fighting with the Kurdish fighters near the village of Merkadeh.

Elsewhere in the province the SDF targeted three ISIL bomb-laden vehicles before the terrorists can use them to hit Kurdish bases in the Southern part of Hasaka province.

On Sunday, the SDF continued to drive the ISIL terrorists back from more positions in the Northeastern province of Hasaka and imposed full control over one more key town.

The ISIL left behind tens of dead or wounded members and retreated from its stronghold in the town of al-Wasalah under the heavy offensive of the Kurdish fighters.

The ISIL military hardware also sustained major damage in the battle.

The YPG Kurds have recently bonded with the Damascus government. The Syrian army sent several arms cargoes to the YPG troops in the Northeastern province of Hasaka and trained the first group of Kurdish volunteer forces in the provincial capital city of Hasaka last month.

The SDF that is comprised of mainly Kurdish fighters as well as a few hundred Syrian Arab dissident forces have received trainings from the US and have been provided with scanty US-coalition air support in their battles in Raqqa province in Northeastern Syria; but in Northern and Northwestern battlefronts, they have been operating alongside the YPG and received the Russian air backup in their Aleppo wars that started with the conquest of Tishrin Dam on the Euphrates early in February.

Assisted by the Syrian army - that has along with popular forces and Hezbollah conquered almost all militant-held regions in Eastern, Southern, Western and Northwestern Aleppo province - and Russian air support, the Kurdish forces fighting against the terrorists in North-Northeast Aleppo province have been making striking advances against the Al-Nusra, Ahrar al-Sham and ISIL terrorists in February.

In February, the YPG and SDF fighters prevailed over the terrorists in the highly strategic city of Tal Rifat in Northern Aleppo and captured the city.

The YPG, who enjoyed the Russian air backup, prevailed [over] the terrorists' positions from the Western direction and shook hands with the Kurdish units of the SDF who entered the town from the North.

[END REPORT]

Wed Mar 09, 2016 4:45
FARS

Syrian Army Restores Security to Just-Liberated Villages in Aleppo

TEHRAN (FNA)- Syrian Army forces, backed by popular forces, restored security to eight newly liberated villages in the Southern parts of Aleppo province.

Syrian army units who managed to push back militants from their positions in villages along the Khanaser-Aleppo road near the city of Khanaser, restored stability and security to the villages of al-Atshanah, Um-Mayal, Jeb Ali, al-Khariyatah, Sharimah, Rasm Askar, Sariah, and Seriatel in the Southern regions of the Northern Aleppo province.

After pushing back militants from their positions in vast swaths of the plain areas in South of Aleppo province, the pro-government forces are advancing further towards the regions still under the grip of the terrorists.

Syrian military forces also engaged in clashes with the remnants of militants in the areas just liberated, and managed to inflict heavy losses and damage on the militants.

Earlier on Wednesday, battlefield sources said the Syrian army discovered and destroyed a long tunnel used as an arms depot by the militants in the Northern city of Aleppo.

[END REPORT]

And a few more war reports today from FARS:

Syria: Militants Driven Back From More Positions at Lattakia-Idlib Border
ISIL Emir Killed in Syria's Raqqa
Syrian Army Captures Several Villages Southeast of Aleppo
Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Destroys Militants' Concentration Centers, Kills Dozens of Terrorists in Homs Province
Aleppo: Militants' Tunnel Depot Destroyed by Syrian Army
ISIL Withdraws Forces from More Strongholds Northeast of Damascus Province
ISIL Gatherings Hit Hard by Syrian Ground, Air Forces in Homs
Syria: Another ISIL Emir Killed in Raqqa
Syrian Government Troops Continue Pounding Terrorists in Aleppo
ISIL Offensives East of Homs 

Last but not least an earlier report today from FARS:

Wed Mar 09, 2016 - 2:47
FARS

Syrian Army Completing Siege of Terrorist Positions East of Damascus

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Army continued to push the militant groups back from more positions in Eastern Ghouta and is completing a circle of forces around the militants.

The Syrian soldiers scores another victory against the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front and imposed full control over Shaher Farms which paved the way for the completion of siege on the militant strongholds in Harasta al-Qantara.

A repot said on Tuesday that the Syrian army troops and their popular allies continued to hit the ISIL concentration centers in the Northeastern part of Damascus province and seized back two more strategic posts in mountainous regions.

The Syrian army alongside several pro-government paramilitary units continued their cleansing operations at the Eastern slopes of the Qalamoun Mountain, liberating 2 more important sites near the Damascus province's border with Homs.

The Syrian Armed Forces imposed full control over the Thaniyeh Wall and Talat Qabr Antar in the Qalamoun Mountain after a violent battle with the ISIL.

[END REPORT]


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