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Terrorist Centers in Idlib, Hama Hit Hard in Syrian Armed Forces’ Attacks

26 February 2017 22:48


Syrian Army troops and aircraft launched massive attacks on terrorist groups’ concentration centers and positions in Southern Idlib and Northern Hama, killing over 15 and wounding several more, including a field commander.

The warplanes carried out severe attacks on the positions and movements of Al-Nusra Front (recently renamed to Fatah al-Sham Front) and Jeish al-Nasr in the villages of Ma’ar Harmeh and al-Jaberiyeh, killing seven terrorists, wounding 13 others and destroying a military vehicle.

The army aircraft meantime bombed a position of Jeish al-Nasr in the village of al-Mastariheh in Southeastern Idlib, destroying the position completely and killing eight militants.

The army soldiers also launched heavy attacks on terrorists’ positions in the town of al-Latamina in Northern Hama, killing a commander of Tajamo al-Ezzah known as Abdul Qader Abdul Karim.

The army men also targeted gatherings and concentration centers of terrorists in Northern Hama, destroying a command post of Ahrar al-Sham in Kafr Zita, and killing a number of members of Al-Nusra Front and Jeish al-Nasr in the village of al-Homeirat and Tal (hill) Hawash.

On Thursday, the army troops and Air Force carried out a fresh round of joint attacks on terrorist groups in Southern Idlib and Northern Hama, killing and wounding more than 150 militants.

The army soldiers, backed up by warplanes, stormed terrorists’ gatherings in the villages and towns of al-Zakah, Kafr Zita, al-Jaberiyeh, al-Qazal, al-Tounyeh, Latibeh, Hish, Khan Sheikhoun and Khan Sheikhoun-Sayad road, killing over 70 militants and wounding 80 others.

A field source said that a Bara’a Hallaq known as Abu al-Yazid Taftnaz, a commander and media chief of the newly-formed Tahrir al-Sham Haya’at (the Levant Liberation Board) was killed in the Syrian air raids in Hama.

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