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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Syria army sounds death knell for ISIL Takfiris

“The ISIL thinks they are in it for the long run but in a military aspect they lost badly in eastern Syria this week,” Ryan Dawson, human rights activist from Japan, said in an interview with Press TV.
Dawson stated that “the Syrian army has retaken the oil fields and the infrastructure that they need and ISIL’s days are numbered.”
On Thursday, Syrian government forces carried out an operation near the northeastern city of al-Hasakah, located approximately 650 kilometers (400 miles) northeast of the capital, Damascus, killing scores of ISIL Takfiris.
Syrian army units also took control of the eastern part of the town of Sheikh Meskin in the southwestern Dara’a Province, and inflicted heavy losses on the militants there.

Dawson added that ISIL terrorists are now bullying school children and trying to redesign their curriculum but their plans for the future are futile as the Takfiris are not going to last that long. 
The remarks come as the ISIL Takfiri terrorists have shut all schools in areas they control in eastern Syria, pending a revision of the curriculum.