(AhlulBayt News Agency) - Capitalizing on the U.S. missile strikes, the ISIS stormed the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) checkpoints near the strategic town of Al-Furqalas.
Not long after the U.S. attacked the Shayrat Airbase in eastern Homs, Daesh (ISIS) launched two separate attacks on the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) defenses in the Palmyra.
Beginning with Al-Furqalas, the Daesh attacked the Syrian Army’s checkpoints outside the village, resulting in a fierce battle that lasted for approximately two hours on Friday.
Daesh was hoping to capitalize on the absence of the Syrian Air Force in east Homs; however, the terrorist group’s offensive was eventually repelled by sunrise and Homs-Palmyra Road secured.
Daesh will continue to take advantage of the U.S. attack on the Syrian Air Force by launching more offensives in the coming days.