Saudi Commander of Terrorist ISIL Killed in Syrian Army Attack in Hama
Al-Jazrawi as well as a large number of other ISIL terrorists were killed in the Syrian army operations near Ithriyah town in the Eastern parts of Hama province, the sources said.
On Sunday, the Syrian army killed at least 8 terrorists, including a senior field commander and several of his aides, in military operations in Hama province on Sunday.
The army destroyed a hideout of the so-called “Gathering of al-Ezza Brigades” to the South of al-Latamna town, 35 km to the North of Hama city, killing at least 7 terrorists, including top field commander Ahmed Bilal, and a number of his aides and ranking members, including Abu Suleiman al-Homsi, Ahmed Mansour and Moussa Bilal.
The Syrian troops also destroyed a position of the so-called “Jund al-Aqsa” terrorist group in the vicinity of al-Latamna town, killing Mohammad Rashed aka Abu al-Atir, a leader of the group.
Meanwhile, the army targeted a convoy of terrorists’ vehicles that was moving to the East of al-Hamamyiat town, 33 km to the North of Hama City, destroying four vehicles.
Separately, the Takfiri terrorist groups acknowledged on their social media pages that a number of their members were killed in the Northern countryside of Hama.