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Syrian Warplanes Target Terrorists’ Convoy at Idlib-Aleppo Borders

14 July 2016 23:41

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The Syrian fighter jets launched an airstrike and smashed a convoy of terrorists which was moving from the borders of Idlib province towards Hraytan town in the Northern parts of Aleppo.

The offensive killed tens of terrorists and destroyed a large number of their weapons.

Some analysts believe that given the presence of terrorists in the Northern parts of Aleppo, the resistance forces seem to have plans to launch new operations in Western Aleppo for a fewer number of militants are stationed in that region.

Reports from Idlib said on Wednesday that the top commander of Jund al-Aqsa terrorist group in Jabal Arbaeen in Southern Ariha was killed and two members of his family were wounded in a bomb blast by unknown attackers.

Unknown assailants detonated a vehicles carrying Abu Hamzeh and his family on a road connecting Kafr Lata to Jabal Arbaeen, which ended in the killing of Hamzeh and sever wounding of his son and daughter.

No one or group has thus far claimed for the attack’s responsibility.

Also, on Monday, al-Tahrir Army, affiliated to the Free Syrian Army, said in a statement that one of the senior field commanders of the group and his brothers were abducted by the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front in the city of Idlib.

“Mohammad Abdolhay al-Ahmadi al-Ghaabi alongside his two brothers were captured and transferred to an unknown place by al-Nusra fighters,” the group said in statement, adding, “Al-Nusra militants stormed the house of al-Ghaabi’s father, and abducted al-Ghaabi and his brothers.”

“Fierce clashes erupted between the fighters of al-Nusra and al-Tahrir Army after the abduction of the latter commander.

Al-Tahrir said also in its statement that al-Nusra has thus far abducted nearly 40 of its forces.

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