The ISIL Takfiri group “was expelled by the army from Zuhur, the last district in which it was present in Hasakah”, Rami Abdel Rahman, the director of the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
He said the militants belonging to the terrorist group “have been pushed to the Southern outskirts of the city”.
The victory was achieved after more than a month of fighting in the city between Syrian government forces and Kurdish fighters on the one side and the Takfiri terrorists on the other.
A Syrian military source also said that Syrian army troops killed more than 500 gunmen in the process of clearing the city from Takfiri militants.
The source highlighted the contribution of Kurdish forces to the victory, saying they backed the Syrian army in cutting the militants’ supply routes.
According to the source, the Syrian army forces are currently demining the city.
A local Kurdish commander said at least 15 villages around Hasakah are now uninhabitable due to the mines laid by terrorists.
Last month, ISIL terrorists began their assault on Hasakah before capturing a number of its neighborhoods and forcing the evacuation of many of its residents.
Syria has been battling foreign-sponsored militancy since March 2011. Estimates by the United Nations show that the violence fueled by Takfiri terrorist groups has so far left over 230,000 people dead and another seven million displaced.
Habib al-Tarfi, a lawmaker in the Citizen coalition, which represents the interests of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, said on Tuesday that the fighters have joined the ranks of Iraqi volunteer forces “to battle the terrorists who seek to destroy Iraq and rip the country to shreds”.
He further said that Iraqi security personnel backed by fighters from allied Popular Mobilization forces have so far managed to liberate many areas in Diyala, Salahuddin and Anbar provinces as well as the town of Jurf al-Nasr, located about 60 kilometers (37 miles) Southwest of the capital, Baghdad, from the control of the ISIL terrorists.
The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control a shrinking part of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.
Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and some Persian Gulf Arab states for the growing terrorism in their country.
The ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.
Syrian Army destroys hotbeds of terrorist organizations in Aleppo, kills all members of a terrorist group in Quneitra
Provinces, SANA-Units of the army and the armed forces on Wednesday continued to tighten the noose around terrorists across the country through launching more military operations against their dens and positions, killing scores of them and destroying their arms and ammunition.
Army units destroyed hotbeds for Jabhat al-Nusra and other takfiri terrorist organizations in the neighborhoods of Aleppo old city, al-Lairamoun and al-Sha’ar in Aleppo city, a military source told SANA Wednesday.
An army unit killed a number of terrorists in al-Mansoura village, 10km to the west of Aleppo city.
Many terrorists were killed and injured and their arms and ammunition were destroyed by targeting their dens on Wednesday and Tuesday night in Hreitan town, Anadan city, and the surrounding of Nubul and al-Zahra’ towns, located on the road Turkey/Aleppo.
In the southeastern countryside of Aleppo province, army units left all members of a terrorist group affiliated to Jabahat al-Nusra terrorist organization dead and injured towards al-Sfeira/Khanaser, and killed others in al-Nairab village.
Meanwhile, Heavy losses were inflicted upon the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria “ISIS” terrorists in personnel and equipment in the vicinity of the Air Force Academy on the international road leading to Raqqa.
Some media reports asserted death of the terrorist leader “Abu Umar al-Sheshani” who is in charge of the operations in the vicinity of Kweiress airport and al-Sfeira to the east of Aleppo.
Terrorist organizations admitted on their social media pages killing five self claimed leaders from “Ahrar al-Cham” terrorist organization in addition to other terrorists.
Idleb and Hama
The armed terrorist groups confessed that some 23 terrorists were killed in the countryside of Hama and Idleb provinces, many of them of non-Syrian nationalities.
The terrorists pointed out, through their social media accounts, that about 15 terrorists from Chechnya were among the dead.
Earlier on Tuesday, terrorists confessed that a leader of a suicidal squad was killed along with 13 of his group members.
The terrorists were killed during clashes with the Syrian army units in the countryside of Idleb and Hama.
An army unit destroyed ISIS vehicles convey to the north of Wadi Abyad Dam in Palmyra countryside, killing a number of terrorists and destroying a number of their vehicles.
Meanwhile a unit of the army and armed forces killed all members of a terrorist group while attempting to infiltrate from the forests of Jibat al-Khashab village towards Tal al-Qaba’a in the countryside of the southern Quneitra province.
An Army unit killed many terrorists during its intensive operations against terrorists’ gatherings and dens in the outskirts of Jubata al-Khashab, the area surrounding Haraj al-Huria, al-Kisha and al-Hamidia village.