Terrorists’ Training Commander Killed in Clashes with Syrian Army in Hama
Abu al-Asil al-Anzi, the official in charge of military trainings of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front, alongside two other senior commanders were killed in clashes with the Syrian soldiers near al-Zara and Hirbnafsa.
The Syrian fighter jets, for their part, carried out several combat sorties over the terrorist positions near al-Zara and Hirbnafsa, which claimed the lives of several militant and destroyed their military hardware in large scale.
On Tuesday, two notorious Takfiri terrorist commanders were killed in Syrian airstrikes 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.
Scores of terrorists were killed and wounded in the Syrian airstrikes in Al-Zara and Hirbnafsa regions.