Ahrar al-Sham’s Commanders Killed in Syrian Troops Ambush in Homs
The army ambushed the terrorist group near al-Samalil village in Southern al-Houleh in the Northern countryside of Homs, killing at least 7 members of the terrorist group, most of them among the most notorious and most wanted terrorists.
The group’s leader, Ammar al-Khodr, and the notorious Chechen terrorist, Abo Anas, were identified among the dead.
The “Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement” also acknowledged the death of the seven terrorists, and said Ammar al-Khodr, who was confirmed dead, was the chief of Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement in al-Houleh.
His deputy and the Movement’s military commander in Homs, Abdullah Barakat, was also among the dead, according to the terrorist group.
On Tuesday, Syrian Air Force launched airstrikes on ISIL positions in Homs province, killing scores of terrorists.
The air raids hit the terrorists’ positions in villages of al-Hiwaniyeh, Rasm al-Sawaneh and Rasm al-Arnab and near al-Shaer gas field in Homs.
Tens of terrorist were killed and a number of their vehicles were destroyed in the air attacks.
Also on Tuesday, the Syrian army conducted military operations against the ISIL terrorists in the countryside of Palmyra in Homs Province, killing scores of them.
The army destroyed ISIL vehicles in Bayarat area in the countryside of Palmyra, killing all terrorists on board, sources said.