BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:35 P.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS) carried out a new ambush along the Palmyra-Deir Ezzor Highway this week, targeting a Syrian military convoy as it was traveling east from the ancient city.

According to a local report, the Syrian convoy, which was comprised of mostly military personnel from the National Defense Forces (NDF), were traveling along this roadway when a group of Islamic State terrorists ambushed their troops.

The report added that a number of soldiers were killed or wounded as a result of this Islamic State ambush.

Since the start of 2019, the Islamic State has carried out several attacks against the Syrian military and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in eastern and central Syria.

The Islamic State has resorted to ambushes and terrorist attacks to wreak havoc across Syria; this has even stretched as far as the Idlib Governorate, where the terrorist group’s sleeper cells have remained active.

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Nestor Arapa

Hasta cuando tienen que estar sacrificando vidas, sin duda falta de estrategia de los mandos militares del ejercito Sirio.

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

Perhaps these cells are originating from SE Hama and use drones to track them. Find it hard to believe ISIS is living in desert with limited water supply.

DUTAN
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DUTAN

HAHA..STUPID ASSADISTS…THEY ARE LOCALS THEY HAVE BEEN LIVING THERE FOR CENTURIES. ..ITS A HUGE POCKET…. THIS POCKET HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH IDLIB OR HAMA

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

They are active in idlib states the article. hence they are being supplied from idlib. This huge pocket has connections. Once Hama-Idlib is secure it will be difficult for them to be resupplied. That is the point Einstein.

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

I predict these attacks will greatly be decreased once SE Idlib-Hama is secure.

DUTAN
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DUTAN

HOW SO??THERES NO CONNECTION TO THESE CELLS TO IDLIB OR HAMA

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

You’re rude.

Mohamad
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Mohamad

LUGAR DE CHORAR E NA CAMA
ISOS DOMINA Novamente

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

Whatever.