Terrorists Retreat from Khan Sheikhoun • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Terrorists Retreat from Khan Sheikhoun

Local sources in Khan Sheikhoun in Southern Idlib reported that the terrorists have fully withdrawn from the town for the fear of being surrounded by the Syrian army.

The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) quoted the sources as saying on Tuesday that the terrorists, most of them members of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front), have fled the town after the army’s rapid advances in the region.

It added that the militants have withdrawn from regions in Southern Khan Sheikhoun and the towns in Northern Hama, including Kafar Zita, al-Latamineh and Murak, noting that the fate of a Turkish watchtower in Murak is unknown.

At present, the Syrian army forces and their allies are advancing in different districts of Khan Sheikhoun.

On Monday, the Syrian Army managed to enter Khan Sheikhoun after five years.

The Damascus Army troops kept on their clashes with the terrorists in Northwestern Khan Sheikhoun in Southern Idlib, and took control of al-Faqir military post and deployed only 900 meters from Aleppo-Damascus Highway around Khan Sheikhoun.

The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted battlefield sources as saying that the Syrian Army troops entered Khan Sheikhoun from the North-West after making further advances.

It pointed to the destruction of several bomb-laden vehicles in the region, and said that tens of terrorists started fleeing the scene of the battle as the Syrian Army made its advances.

Meantime, the SOHR pointed to the arrival of the Syrian Army in Khan Sheikhoun city after five years since the occupation of the city by terrorists, and said that at least 45 terrorists were killed in the Syrian Army’s military operation in Khan Sheikhoun.

Source: FarsNews Agency – Terrorists Retreat from Khan Sheikhoun

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