Syrian Army’s rapid advances against terrorists thwart US plot in Raqqa

The Syrian Army troops’ advances against ISIL in areas South-East of Raqqa province pushed Washington’s plot in Northeastern Syria into failure, military experts explained.

The sources said that the army soldiers imposed control over the villages of Shenan and al-Akereshi after seizing back the village of Dalheh South-East of Raqqa province.

The sources further said that the army will soon take control over Wadi al-Forat region near Raqqa and underscored that the town of Ma’aden at the Raqqa-Deir Ezzur border is the main objective of the army men that are moving from the town of al-Rasafeh towards Ma’aden region.

The sources underscored that Ma’adan is the last ISIL bastion in Raqqa province, adding that capturing Ma’aden will pave the way for the liberation of all the villages on the Southern bank of the Euphrates River in Western Deir Ezzur and will ultimately kill any chance for the US-backed Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in the region.

Relevant reports said on Monday that the army men deployed in al-Sabkhawi region stormed ISIL’s positions and drove them out of the village of al-Salam al-Alaykom and its surrounding regions.

The ISIL suffered heavy casualties and its military hardware sustained major damage in the attack.

The army men are to end ISIL’s presence in Raqqa and move towards Deir Ezzur.