الأسد لوفد فرنسي: الجيش يحرر مدينة تدمر ومطارها ويقتل 450 داعشي بالصور

رئيس التحرير
2019.12.05 14:30

مدينة تدمر الآثرية في الصحراء السورية

أفاد مراسل RT، نقلا عن مصدر عسكري سوري أن الجيش استعاد يوم الأحد 27 مارس/آذار، االسيطرة على مدينة تدمر ومطارها بشكل كامل، من مسلحي تنظيم "داعش" الإرهابي.

وأكدت مصادر عسكرية سورية أن أكثر من 450 من مسلحي تنظيم "داعش" قتلوا خلال عملية استرجاع مدينة تدمر التاريخية.

ونقلت وكالة "سانا" عن مصدر عسكري، أن وحدات من الجيش والقوات المسلحة بالتعاون مع مجموعات الدفاع الوطني قضت على آخر تجمعات إرهابيي تنظيم "داعش" في مدينة تدمر ودمرت آخر أوكارهم فيها.

ولفت المصدر إلى أن عناصر الهندسة قاموا بتمشيط مدينة تدمر بشكل كامل.

ونقلت وكالة فرانس برس، عن مصدر عسكري في تدمر، أن مسلحي "داعش" انسحبوا إلى معاقلهم في شمال وشرق سوريا في بلدة السخنة والرقة ودير الزور.

وتعمل وحدات الهندسة العسكرية على إبطال مفعول العشرات من القنابل والألغام والعبوات الناسفة التي خلفها ورائهم مسلحو التنظيم، داخل المدينة القديمة التي تحتوي على كنوز أثرية تعرضت إلى تخريب وتدمير جزئي.

ويمثل تحرير مدينة تدمر أكبر نكسة يتعرض لها تنظيم "داعش" منذ العمليات الجوية الروسية في سبتمبر/أيلول الماضي، والتي حولت مجرى الصراع لصالح القوات الحكومية.

وقال الجيش السوري في بيان له إن القوات الجوية الروسية والسورية شاركت في تحرير مدينة تدمر وقضت على آخر المجموعات التابعة لتنظيم داعش والتي كانت تحاول الهرب.

وذكر الجيش السوري في بيانه، أن "إحكام السيطرة على مدينة تدمر دليل جديد على أن الجيش العربي السوري هو القوة الوحيدة الفاعلة والقادرة على مكافحة الإرهاب واجتثاثه".

ومن المفترض أن تفتح السيطرة على هذه المدينة، الطريق أمام الجيش السوري، للتقدم واستعادة السيطرة على مناطق أخرى في محافظة دير الزور والرقة وعلى ضفاف الفرات.

وكان الجيش السوري، قد استعاد صباح السبت الماضي، بلدة العامرية شمال تدمر وحيي المتقاعدين والجمعيات، بعد قتال عنيف مع مسلحي تنظيم "داعش".

وبدأ الجيش السوري، مدعوما بالقوات الرديفة حملة، منذ ثلاثة أسابيع، لاستعادة السيطرة على المدينة الصحراوية من مسلحي "داعش".

وكان مسلحو التنظيم  قد سيطروا على مدينة تدمر في مايو/أيار العام الماضي، ودمروا عددا من أهم معالمها بعد انسحاب القوات الحكومية منها.

المصدر: وكالات

       

الرئيس السوري بشار الاسد
القوات السورية "تستعيد" تدمر من تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية

نقل التلفزيون السوري عن الرئيس بشار الأسد قوله، إن استعادة قوات الحكومة السورية لمدينة تدمر يوم الأحد توضح نجاح استراتيجية الجيش في الحرب على الإرهاب.
ونقل عن الأسد قوله لوفد فرنسي زائر يضم برلمانيين "تحرير مدينة تدمر دليل جديد على نجاعة الاستراتيجية التي ينتهجها الجيش السوري وحلفاؤه في الحرب على الإرهاب".

وظهرت صور ومقاطع فيديو نشرها الجيش السوري السبت طائرات مروحية ودبابات تطلق النار على مواقع في تدمر

فقد استعادت القوات الحكومية السورية مدينة تدمر الأثرية من عناصر تنظيم "الدولة الإسلامية"، حسب وسائل الإعلام الرسمية ومنظمات مستقلة.

وقال متحدث باسم الجيش للتلفزيون الرسمي إن استعادة السيطرة على تدمر تمثل بداية انهيار تنظيم "الدولة الإسلامية".

وقد حققت القوات الحكومية المدعومة بالطيران الروسي مكاسب عسكرية على الأرض في الفترة الأخيرة، وتقول إنها "أحكمت السيطرة" على المدينة.

وكان تنظيم "الدولة الإسلامية" سيطر على المدينة، التي صنفتها منظمة يونسكو تراثا عالميا، في مايو/ أيار 2015.

وأظهرت صور ومقاطع فيديو نشرها الجيش السوري السبت طائرات مروحية ودبابات تطلق النار على مواقع في تدمر، ولم يمكن التأكد من تاريخ اللقطات من مصدر مستقل.

وكان التلفزيون السوري الرسمي أفاد السبت بأن قوات الجيش قد استعادت بلدة العامرية شمال تدمر بدعم من الطائرات الروسية، بعد اشتباكات عنيفة مع مسلحي تنظيم "الدولة الإسلامية".

كما بسطت القوات الحكومية السبت نفوذها على أحياء الظاهرية والمتقاعدين وحي الجمعيات في مدينة تدمر، بحسب "المرصد السوري لحقوق الإنسان" المعارض.

وكان تنظيم "الدولة الإسلامية" قد احتل مدينة تدمر التاريخية التي تعد أحد مواقع التراث العالمي، كما سيطر على المدينة الحديثة المجاورة لها في شهر مايو/ أيار الماضي.

وقام التنظيم بتدمير مواقع أثرية، بينها معبدان يعودان إلى ألفي سنة، ما أثار قلقا دوليا على كنز التراث العالمي الذي تطلق عليه اليونسكو اسم "لؤلؤة الصحراء".

Assad’s forces take back control of Palmyra: ISIS are driven out as troops dismantle dozens of booby traps laid by terrorists Bashar al-Assads forces marched into Palmyra on Friday after ten months Assad said the recapture showed armys success at fighting terrorism  Russian President Vladimir Putin rang Assad to congratulate him   State media confirmed that ISIS had been overthrown on Sunday   Move clears the way for army to move into ISIS-stronghold Raqqa   ISIS had the ancient city home to extensive Roman ruins since May 2015 The terror organisation blew up many of the UNESCO ancient monuments Drone captures blood stains on the ground where ISIS held executions

 

Syrian government forces succeeded in driving Islamic State fighters from Palmyra on Sunday, and have vowed to take the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa next, state media said.

Syrian troops and allied militia backed by Russian air-strikes have been on the offensive for nearly three weeks in an attempt to retake the central town which fell to extremists last May. 

Palmyra will be the central base to broaden operations... against Daesh in numerous areas, primarily Deir Ezzor and Raqa, the army said in a statement carried by state media, using an Arabic name for IS.

It pledged to regain full control over the cities and end the terrorist presence there.   

Syrian troops and allied militia have succeed in taking back Palmyra, state media and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed on Sunday. The state news agency released photographs showing soldiers in the city

The takeover means that the route is now clearer for Syrian troops to move into ISIS stronghold de-facto capital Raqqa 

President Bashar al-Assad said the recapture showed the success of the armys strategy in combating terrorism, according to Syrian television. 

The liberation of the historic city of Palmyra today is an important achievement and another indication of the success of the strategy pursued by the Syrian army and its allies in the war against terrorism, it quoted Assad as telling a visiting French delegation, including parliamentarians.

Russian president Vladimir Putin has congratulated Syrian president Bashar Assad on his armys recapture of the ancient city of Palmyra.

In a telephone call, Mr Putin noted the importance of preserving this unique historical site for world culture, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying on Sunday by Russian news agencies.

Putin once again stressed that despite the withdrawal of the bulk of Russias contingent from Syria, Russias armed forces will continue to help the Syrian authorities in their anti-terrorist efforts and liberation of their homeland from extremist groups.

Russia has consistently denied claims that its airstrikes in Syria, which began in late September, are aimed at propping up Assads rule. 

 
 
 

Many of the residents of Palmyra, in the Homs province, have fled the city since it was taken over by ISIS in May 2015

This picture, which has not been verified, shows the historic part of Palmyra. Large parts of the ancient Roman structures have been blown up by ISIS fighters 

The take-over means that there is a clearer route for government forces to move into the de-facto ISIS capital Raqqa, Syria. 

Their advance also marks the latest setback suffered by ISIS, which has come under mounting pressure on several fronts in Iraq and Syria.

State TV quoted an unnamed military official as saying that the armed forces and groups of popular defence committees have fully taken control of Palmyra. 

The popular defence committees are militias allied with the government.

The military official added that troops are now dismantling explosive booby traps planted by IS.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed IS has lost the town, saying there were many deaths among the extremists. 

It added that some of the extremists withdrew from Palmyra toward the town of Sukhna and other areas in Homs province.

The Observatory’s chief Rami Abdurrahman said three weeks of fighting killed more than 400 IS fighters, as well as 180 troops and pro-government militiamen.

On Saturday, Russia’s defence minister said Russian jets carried out 40 air sorties near Palmyra in the past day, hitting 158 targets and killing over 100 militants.

 
 
 

On-the-ground efforts were aided by Russian-backed air strikes. Pictured is a petrol station after being hit 

As Syrian forces made a final push, it was reported that some of the extremists withdrew from Palmyra toward the town of Sukhna and other areas in Homs province

Soldiers look down onto the city, which is home to 2,000-year-old ruins which ISIS see to promote idolatry

Russian airstrikes have helped President Bashar Assad’s forces advance on a number of fronts in recent months.

Syrian state TV interrupted its normal programs to air a documentary about the town and its archaeological sites. The TV earlier aired national songs as well as videos released earlier by IS showing its fighters committing atrocities in Syria and Iraq.

It’s 10 in the morning Palmyra time. Our morning is victorious, a TV announcer said.

Later a TV reporter spoke live from inside Palmyra, showing troops in the center of the town. Some of the nearby buildings had been reduced to rubble.

almyra, affectionately known as the Bride of the Desert, used to attract tens of thousands of tourists every year. 

IS drove out government forces in a matter of days and later demolished some of the best-known monuments in the UNESCO world heritage site. The extremists believe ancient ruins promote idolatry.

But jihadis failed to demolish all of the Roman ruins since their takeover of the town nearly a year ago. They began their hold of the city with blowing up some of the major landmarks at the UNESCO-listed world site. 

The 2,000-year-old Roman amphitheatre to conduct public executions, with the blood of the victims staining the sand.

The militants also demolished the town’s infamous Tadmur prison, where thousands of Syrian government opponents were reported to have been tortured. 

 
 
 

A Russian drone flying over the 2,000-year-old amphethetre in Palmyra has filmed images believed to be large blood stains, circled, left behind from the many executions held inside the Roman-era structure by ISIS

A drone flying over Palmyra following the expulsion of ISIS showed the extent of the damage 

However, some of the ancient ruins survived 10 months under ISIS control 

The terrorist organisation had threatened to dynamite the entire site in what the UN said was a war crime

Syrian forces recaptured the ancient Roman ruins on Friday from ISIS after 10 months in control 

The terror group has suffered some major strategic losses in the past week, including the death of their chief finance officer Abdul Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli.  

Syrian government forces advanced on Palmyra over the past week after ISIS positions around the city were pounded by Russian jets. 

The ancient citadel was recaptured by forces loyal to Bashar al-Assad on Friday. The citadel overlooks some of the most extensive ruins of the Roman empire. Some of the drone footage appeared to show blood stains from the battle. 

Drone footage of the scene filmed following the expulsion of ISIS have shown some areas of the site have escaped destruction. 

The drone flew over the 2,000-year-old amphitheatre in the heart of Palmyra, where ISIS murdered the citys chief archaeologist Khaled Asaad in August 2015.

The 81-year-old archaeologist had spent 50 years working in the ancient city before it was seized by the terrorists. 

It is understood ISIS tortured and then decapitated Asaad after he refused to reveal where many of the citys priceless artifacts had been hidden.

The terrorists released a photograph of Assads body tied to a lamp post with his severed head dumped by his feet.   

The recapture of Palmyra, which the Islamist militants seized in May 2015, would mark the biggest reversal for ISIS in Syria since Russias intervention turned the tide of the five-year conflict in President Bashar al-Assads favour.

The city controls routes east into the heartland of territory held by the militants, including the province of Deir al-Zor and the ISIS de facto capital, Raqqa. 

Soldiers of the Syrian government army at the Fahkr ad-Din al-Maani castle in Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on Saturday 

ISIS have been forced into a retreat across Iraq and Syria having lost some major sections of territory 

US Defense Secretary Ash Carter, right, will confirm the death of Abdul Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, left

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said on Friday an ISIS leader was killed when his car was targeted in a strike on Raqqa on Thursday night.

ISIS has launched a number of counter-strikes against Assads forces using a number of car bombs.  

Palmyra had a population of 50,000 according to a census more than 10 years ago. Those numbers were swelled hugely by an influx of people displaced by Syrias conflict, which has raged since 2011, but most fled when ISIS took over.

A soldier told Syrian state media: Our heroic forces are continuing to advance until we liberate every inch of this pure land.

In August, ISIS dynamited two ancient buildings, the temples of Bel and Baal Shamin, which had stood as cultural landmarks in Palmyra for nearly two millennia. The United Nations described their destruction as a war crime. 

 
 
 

ISIS decapitated Palmyras 81-year-old chief archaeologist Khaled Asaad, pictured, in August 2015

It did not identify the dead militant, but U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the United States believed it killed Haji Iman - an alias for al-Qaduli, the terrorist organisations number two, who was in charge of the groups finances, and Abu Sarah, who Carter said was charged with paying fighters in northern Iraq.

U.S. special forces carried out the strike against Haji Iman, officials told Reuters. One of the officials said the plan was to capture, not kill, him. But after the commandos helicopter was fired on, the decision was made to fire from the air.

We are systematically eliminating ISILs cabinet, Carter told reporters at a briefing at the Pentagon, using an acronym to refer to the group.

U.S. Marine General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told the briefing the deaths reflected "indisputable" new momentum in the fight against ISIS.

The tetrapylon of Palmyra

The total extent of the damage to the 2,000-year-old city of Palmyra, pictured is not yet known 

Syrian pro-governement forces gesture next to the Palmyra citadel on March 26 before it was confirmed the citys ISIS control had ended on Sunday 

Iraqs military said on Friday that Iraqi Yazidi and tribal fighters had taken a border area in the Sinjar region next to Syria from ISIS, cutting an important supply line for the militants.

US officials said they were helping Iraqis prepare for a major operation in Mosul to take back more territory from the militant group.

The scale of Fridays fighting for Palmyra reflected how much of a strategic prize the city represents, with jets launching dozens of air strikes and soldiers firing mortar barrages, while ISIS fighters hit back with two car bombings.

Russian warplanes have continued to back up the Syrian army and its allies, despite Moscows recent announcement it was withdrawing the bulk of its military forces.

Its planes carried out 41 sorties from Tuesday to Thursday in support of the Palmyra offensive and destroyed 146 targets, Russian news agencies reported on Friday, citing the Russian Defence Ministry.

Beirut-based television channel Al-Mayadeen, broadcasting from the edge of Palmyra, showed a low-flying jet carry out three air strikes against what it said were ISIS fighters withdrawing from the old citadel back into Palmyra.

Army units took control over Palmyras ancient citadel ... after dealing with the last Daesh terrorist groups, state news agency SANA said.

A ceasefire backed by the United States and Russia covers most of Syria but not areas held by ISIS. 

The first truce of its kind since the war began five years ago has been accompanied this month by the first peace talks attended by Assads government and most of the groups opposed to him. Damascus in the meantime has turned its fire on ISIS. 

Moscow is the main ally of Assads government, while Washington and other Western countries have backed foes trying to overthrow him during the civil war that has killed 250,000 people and led to the worlds worst refugee crisis.

Both powers are committed to fighting ISIS and have backed a new diplomatic push to end fighting on other fronts.

A Russian special forces officer was killed in combat near Palmyra in the last week, Interfax said, suggesting the Kremlin had been more engaged in the Syrian conflict than it had acknowledged. 

Syrias antiquities chief, Maamoun Abdulkarim, said driving ISIS out of Palmyra would be a victory for the whole world.

After all the tragedy we have suffered in Syria for five years, and the 10 months in Palmyra after it fell ... its the first time we feel joy, Abdulkarim told Reuters.

We pray for victory soon, so that the damage is limited. Palmyra, under their control, was the loss of a civilisation. 

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