RNA - "Two commanders of Horras al-Din terrorist group named Abudhar al-Misri and Abu Yahya al-Jazayeri were fired after disobeying the Turkish army officers' order in Idlib front's operations room for deploying in Southern Idlib," the Arabic-language Xeber 24 news website quoted a special source in Idlib as saying.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria.
A number of commanders of a Turkey-backed terrorist group were dismissed after differences emerged between them and Ankara in Northern Syria and amid the Syrian army's intensified operations against militants in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib.
The Arabic-language Xeber 24 news website quoted a special source in Idlib as saying on Wednesday that two commanders of Horras al-Din terrorist group named Abudhar al-Misri and Abu Yahya al-Jazayeri were fired after disobeying the Turkish army officers' order in Idlib front's operations room for deploying in Southern Idlib.
Meantime, the Syrian army units targeted the positions and supply lines of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and Jeish al-Izza terrorists in the towns of Tal al-Sakhar and Kafar Zita with artillery and missile fire, destroying several of their bases, vehicles and military equipment.
According to Fars News Agancy, the offensive was launched after Tahrir al-Sham targeted the town of Karnaz, Sheikh Hadid and Baridij in Northern Hama with rocket attack.
Also, Head of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Sides in Syria Alexey Bakin reported that the Russian air defense systems at Humeimim base in Lattakia province destroyed two drones of terrorists stationed in Northern Syria which had been flying over Southwestern Humeimim.
Hundreds of civilians who were forcefully kept by the US and the Washington-backed terrorists in al-Rakban in Eastern Homs near the border with Iraq managed to leave the notorious camp.
The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted special sources as saying on Thursday that a new group of nearly 665 civilians who had been taken hostage by the US and its affiliated terrorists at al-Rukban were transferred to the Syrian army-controlled regions through Jaliqam passageway in Eastern Homs.
They warned of the critical conditions of the camp, saying that residents of al-Rukban have been suffering an acute shortage of flour and formula for infants for several weeks, adding that they can rarely find these two commodities by paying a large amount of money.
The US-backed terrorists stationed in al-Rukban prevent humanitarian convoys from entering the camp.