The Syrian Arab Army cleaned the town of Jarjanaz in the south-eastern countryside of Idlib from terror, the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA reported.
The town is strategically located on the eastern side of the Hama – Marat Numan international Highway, it was one fo the fortresses of the Turkish-sponsored al-Qaeda terrorists spearheaded by Nusra Front (Jabjat Al Nusra – HTS – Al Qaeda Levant..).
SANA reported that the advancing units of the Syrian Arab Army faced the fiercest yet battles with the terrorists before storming into the town. The SAA units destroyed the terrorists’ dens and headquarters eliminating large numbers of them and destroying large quantities of weapons and gears used by the terrorists.
The Syrian Arab Army and their Russian allies have resumed the military operation to clean Idlib province from NATO terrorists last Thursday and within the past 5 days cleaned more than 30 towns and villages, some of which were strategic defense bases of the anti-Islamic Wahhabi and Muslim Brotherhood suicide terrorists.
The military operation was stopped more than once under pressure from Russia on the Syrian army to give Turkey’s war criminal and madman Erdogan a chance to separate the ‘radical terrorists’ from the ‘moderate terrorists’. The stalemate of the military operation was used by the ever flip-flopping terrorists sponsor Erdogan enough time to augment the terrorists in Idlib, instead, with men and advanced weapons.
Upon the latest direct invasion of the Turkish army and tens of thousands of Erdogan terrorists into northern Syrian territories, as per agreed between Erdogan and his boss Trump, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad gave the SAA the final order to resume the battle in Idlib at all costs and to commence a swift military move towards north and northeast of Syria in a race with NATO to clean as much land as possible.
Securing Jarjanaz will cut off one main route of supplies to the terrorists in Ma’rat al-Numan, a main strategic city on the M5 highway to Saraqib which connects M5 and M4 arteries connecting the north of Syria, especially Aleppo, with the Syrian capital Damascus in the south through the central cities of Homs and Hama, and the eastern provinces of Raqqa, Deir Ezzor, and Hasakah, and also the western coastal provinces of Latakia and Tartous, as can be seen from the above map.
After Jarjanaz, the SAA will most likely head to Ma’rat al-Numan to its west, but will also make sure the towns to the east of Jarjanaz will be secured from the threat of a sudden reviving of ISIS and its affiliates, which the Pentagon threatened to do.