Syrian Army Seizes Militants’ Large Munition Depot Near Hama
The sources said that the army raided the terrorist group in the early hours of this morning, and killed most of the terrorist in the hideout.
The remaining terrorists withdraw and their hideout which also was used as a munitions depot fell into the hand of the government forces.
Weapons, explosives devices, sniper rifles, RPG launchers, Israeli-made assault rifles, explosive belts and large amounts of C4 and silver nitrates used in making explosive devices were in the seized depot.
On Saturday, Syrian warplanes bombed more positions of Jeish al-Fateh terrorists in the provinces of Hama and Idlib, killing a large number of the militants.
The Syrian warplanes pounded the hideouts and concentration centers of Jeish al-Fateh terrorists in the villages and towns of al-Lataminah, Skaik, al-Mestriha, Tal Hawaqs, Wadi Jafar and in the vicinity of al-Tawbah School on the outskirts of Hama and Idlib.
The air raids killed and wounded a large number of terrorists and destroyed their vehicles, weapons and ammunition.
Earlier reports said on Saturday that the Syrian warplanes bombed several positions of the Takfiri terrorists in the provinces of Idlib and Hama, inflicting heavy casualty on the militants.
Syrian fighter jets targeted Takfiri terrorists’ positions in Rasem al-Tina and al-Latamina in Hama countryside, informed sources said.
The airstrikes also hit the militants’ positions in al-Mestriha and Maaret al-Noman in the countryside of Idlib.
The air attacks killed scores of militants and destroyed their vehicles and weapons, the sources added.