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Quneitra: Several Terrorist Commanders Killed in Failed Attacks on Syrian Army Positions

15 September 2016 10:55



Syrian Army troops beat back attacks of Fatah al-Sham (formerly known as the al-Nusra) Front in Quneitra in Southwestern Syria, killing at least 45 militants, including five commanders.

Commander of Ansar al-Islam Brigade Abu Khalid al-Zo’abi, Commander of al-Forqan Brigade Mohammad al-Omari, Commander of Beit al-Moqadas Group Abu Islamak, Commander of Jund al-Molahem group Abu Mojahed, Top Commander of Fatah al-Sham’s affiliated groups Ahmad Mohammad al-Khabi, nom de guerre Abu Qatadeh, were among the terrorist killed in their unsuccessful attacks on the government forces’ positions near the Golan Heights and Tal al-Ahmar.

In the meantime, two tanks, a BMP vehicle, machinegun-equipped vehicles, several canons and a missile launch-pad of Fatah al-Sham were also destroyed in the battle.

Meantime on Tuesday, Syrian Army troops repelled Jeish al-Fatah’s attacks on their positions in two key regions in Northern Quneitra, inflicting tens of casualties on the militants.

The Syrian army fended off attacks of Jeish al-Fatah in the regions of al-Serriyeh 4 and Tal Ahmar, killing or wounding dozens of terrorists.

In the meantime, Syrian soldiers clashed fiercely with terrorists near the small towns of Saraya Hadher, Toranjeh, al-Amel farms in Quneitra countryside, leaving 36 militants dead including three field commanders.

Also, eight non-Syrian terrorists of Fatah al-Sham were killed and 65 more were wounded in battle with army.

Fatah al-Sham’s machineguns, vehicles and mortar launching-pads were also destroyed in the clashes.

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