Syrian Army Kills Senior Al-Nusra Front, Ahrar Al-Sham Commanders in Hama Province
Abu Assil, a senior commander of al-Nusra Front terrorist group, was killed in the Syrian fighter jets’ raids on the village of Al-Zara in Hama province.
Abu Sand, a senior commander of Ahrar al-Sham Movement terrorist group, was also killed in the Syrian airstrikes in the town of Hirbnafsa in the same province.
Heavy clashes are currently underway between the Syrian army and terrorist groups near Hirbnafsa town as the Syrian army’s artillery pounded the militants’ positions in the area.
Scores of terrorists were killed and wounded in the Syrian airstrikes in Al-Zara and Hirbnafsa regions.
On Monday, the Syrian warplanes and choppers’ heavy bombardments turned the Northern and Southern battlefields of Hama province into hell for the terrorist groups.
The Syrian military helicopters targeted the terrorists’ centers in Kafr Naboudeh and al-Habit, which ended in the killing or wounding of several militants.
The Syrian fighter jets, and in some cases the army’s artillery units, targeted the militants’ positions near al-Sirmaniyeh in al-Ghaab plains in the Northwestern part of the province, which claimed the lives of several militants of Jeish al-Fatah.
The Syrian warplanes bombed the ISIL gatherings in Aqayrabat and deserts in the Eastern part of Hama, ending in destruction of the Takfiri terrorists’ military vehicles.