Terrorist war : ISIS and Al Nusra cut each other’s heads off in gruesome battle [+photos]

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March 4, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
– RusVesna – Translated by James Harmon

The Syrian province of Deraa recently had fierce fighting between ISIS and “Al-Nusra”, which is affiliated with the “Free Syrian Army”.

During the fragile truce achieved with the active participation of Russia, terrorists are now destroying each other.

The past week, about 300 bandits were killed in a bloody clash between “Al-Nusra” and “Free Syrian Army” on one side and ISIS, the other rural Deraa province.

Over the past 10 days continued violent clashes between  the armed groups. Yesterday, the so-called “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights,” announced the deaths of 170 people only from the “opposition”.

Within the past 24 hours more than 40 members of FSA and no less than 10 ISIS terrorists were killed in the ongoing military operations.

Last week, “The Army of Khaled bin Walid” (branch of ISIS) launched an offensive to broaden its pocket held in the south-west of Deraa. This attack was successful, as they captured several settlements held by the forces of the FSA fighters.

Yesterday the “Free Syrian Army” and its Islamist allies launched another offensive against the “Army of Khalid bin Walid” in the southwest of the province of Deraa, attacking  the terrorist group near a key city Tasil.

This counter-attack was short-lived and quickly ended in failure for the next bloody “rebels” that have been partially destroyed and partially fled from the battlefield.

The Media wing of ISIS, “Jaish Khalid bin Walid” released photos of the results of past battles, featuring dozens of militants killed near the strategic hill Tal al-Jama’a and seized their equipment.

And terrorists “Nusra”, in turn, also previously released  captured captured footage known as “jihad-mobile” and the corpses of ISIS.

The brutal massacres show no sign of stopping.

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