More than 50 Terrorists Killed in Syrian Airstrikes in Hama, Idlib
Syrian warplanes launched heavy airstrikes on the concentration centers and movements of the terrorists of Jeish al-Fatah in the towns of al-Latamina and Kafr Zita in Northern Hama and in Kafr Nabl and Kafr Sanjeh in Southern Idlib, leaving at least 50 terrorists dead and many more wounded.
The fighter jets also targeted terrorists’ bases in the towns of Taftnaz, Banish and Ta’aoum in Northern Idlib, inflicting major damage and casualties on the terrorists.
The Syrian army and air force destroyed terrorists’ military positions in Hama and Idlib provinces also on Thursday, killing and injuring scores of the militants.
The army units hit hard the terrorists’ gathering centers in Kafr Zira, al-Latamina, Wadi al-Ees and al-Sayyad regions in the Northern part of Hama province, destroying four military vehicles, artillery units and several of their military positions.
Several terrorists, including Tarek Khattab who was in charge of the artillery unit of Jeish al-Izzah terrorist group, were killed in the army offensive in Northern Hama.
Meantime, the terrorists’ gathering centers and fortification came under heavy offensive by the Syrian army in the regions of Morek, Atshan, Skeik, North of Ma’an and Taybat al-Imam as well as the farms located between al-Zakat and Kafr Zita.
A large number of terrorists were killed in the operations and a number of their military vehicles were also destroyed.
The Syrian air force, meantime, targeted the terrorists’ gatherings in Morek, al-Quneitrat, al-Araba’een area, North of Souran, Skeik towns and Tal Tarae in the Northern part of Hama province, destroying the terrorists’ weapons and ammunition depots, positions, military vehicles in addition to inflicting at least 40 casualties on the militants.
In the Southern part of Idlib, Syrian bombers destroyed a large number of terrorists’ vehicles, killing a number of terrorists and injuring others in the villages and towns of Abdin, Kafr Ain, Kafr Sajna, Khan Sheikhoun, Kfromeh and al-Tamanna.