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Syria: Terrorists Continue to Lose Top Commanders in Army Attacks in Hama

5 September 2016 21:02



Syrian Army soldiers launched a heavy attack on a large site of the militants in Zur al-Nahr al-Asi region, inflicting tens of casualties on the terrorists, including non-Syrian commanders.

Senior Commander of al-Turkistani group Abu Mohammad Uzbeki, Commander of Terrorist Group’s Suicide Attackers Abu Omar Anatol, Senior Commander of Jund al-Aqsa Omran Jabayereh nom de guerre Abu al-Qasam Ordoni, Commander of Abu Tafesh Battalion Karmo Abu Khalid and Commander of Thowar Kafr Zita Monir Afifi were among the terrorists killed in the Syrian army offensive in Zur al-Nahr al-Asi.

In the meantime, a long convoy of the terrorists came under the Syrian army raid on a road near Tayab al-Imam, which ended in the destruction of at least 15 vehicles.

Reports said earlier today that Syrian army soldiers continued attacks on the terrorist groups in Northern Hama, inflicting major losses on them and pushing them back from more villages and hills in the region.

Syrian army, backed up by the Russian fighter jets, launched fresh rounds of anti-terrorism offensives in Northern Hama and captured the village of Khirbet al-Hajameh in Northwestern side of Qamhaneh and two hills of 30 and 50.

Terrorist groups suffered a heavy death toll and their military hardware sustained major damage in the attacks.

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