With ISIS trapped in Idlib, Syrian Army now aims to lift Al-Qaeda-imposed siege on Shi’ite towns


January 20, 2018 – Fort Russ News – Paul Antonopoulos

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IDLIB, Syria – ISIS are now trapped and contained in a pocket on the Idlib axis, with the Syrian Army seeking revenge for the terrorist organization beheading three government soldiers yesterday. Full details can be read here.

The Syrian Army has now also set their eyes on lifting the siege on Fua and Kefraya, according to Leith Abou Fadel, CEO of the highly-reliable Al-Masdar News.

“Just got word: After Abu Dhuhour, the Syrian Army is pushing to Kafraya and Al-Fou’aa [Fua],” he said on his Twitter.

The two Shi’ite towns have been completely surrounded and besieged by vast distances to areas controlled by the Syrian government since March 28, 2015.

In early 2015, a coalition of jihadist forces mobilized in Turkey and overran the entirety of Idlib province, with the exception of Fua and Kefraya, and turned it into a jihadist-center with Shariah law ruling over the area.

Despite being surrounded by radical Islamists, locals of Fua and Kefraya, with the help of airdropped Hezbollah commandos, has successfully defended the towns from the terrorist organizations.

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