Glorious Hezbollah kills 3 terrorist commanders in Syria’s Qalamoun
A successful attack by Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah against the terrorists operating in the border area between Lebanon and Syria has killed three notorious Takfiri commanders.
Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV reported Wednesday that a mortar attack on the positions of the terrorists in Syria’s Qalamoun border region on Wednesday led to the killing of three commanders from various terror groups.
A post on al-Manar’s Twitter account said the attack killed the al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front commander in the al-Juba area, the commander of the as-Suqur al-Muhammadiyya Brigade and the leader of the Ras al-Maarra Operation.
It said Hezbollah forces attacked “a gathering of militant commanders and military vehicles.”
The attack came a day after Hezbollah killed at least 15 terrorists working for the Nusra Front on the outskirts of the Lebanese border village of Tufail, near Qalamoun. One Hezbollah member, identified as Toufic Najjar, was also killed in the Tuesday operation.
Clashes began on Monday between Hezbollah fighters and the Takfiri militants, in which a Hezbollah member was killed after Nusra militants launched an attack on the positions of the Syrian army and Hezbollah forces stationed in the area.
Hezbollah’s Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naeem Qassem said on Tuesday that the resistance party’s fighters were preparing for a battle to purge the strategic region of Takfiri militants.
“In any case, the Qalamoun battle is coming, and it has already stuck its neck out, proving once again that the Takfiris are unable to expand as they wish,” Qassem said.