Syrian army kills at least 21 terrorists in Hama
The Syrian army units ambushed armed terrorist groups which tried to infiltrate from al-Tamana’a town into the military posts positioning in the hills of Mourek town, 35km north of Hama city.
A military source told Tuesday that the army killed a number of terrorists and destroyed 5 vehicles of Jabhat al-Nusra-linked terrorist organizations and seized amounts of weapons and ammunition which the terrorists left behind as they were fleeing away.
Meanwhile, field sources said that army units destroyed 3 terrorists’ vehicles and killed at least 7 terrorists, including self-claimed leader of the so-called Jaish al-Fateh terrorist organization Mohammad Kheir al-Diyanok in al-Latamenah area in the northern countryside of the province.
The sources added that 4 terrorists were killed, among them nicknamed Mohammad Ibrahim al-Anjour of the so-called gathering of al-Izza Battalions and Brigades at the surroundings of Kafer Zaita town.
Another army unit destroyed 3 vehicles affiliated to the so-called Jound al-Aqsa terrorist organization, killing at least 10 of terrorists in the forests near al-Habit village.