Terrorists’ Centers Receive Severe Blow in Syrian Armed Forces’ Attacks in Hama
The army’s artillery units shelled the Al-Nusra positions in the villages of al-Qahira, al-Howeiz and al-Horiyeh in Northwestern Hama, killing a large number of militants and destroying their equipment, including machinegun-equipped vehicles.
The army aircraft, meantime, pounded ISIL’s strongholds in the villages of Souha and Abudali in Aqayrabat region, leaving a number of terrorists dead or wounded.
Local sources reported that Salim Qosareh nom de guerre Abu Abdul Haman al-Ghaab, a senior commander of Ahrar al-Sham, was killed in a booby-trapped explosion in his car in Northwestern Hama.
Sources said on Sunday that the army men engaged in heavy fighting with ISIL in al-Barqoutiyeh village and managed to advance significantly, killing and wounding tens of terrorists and destroying their equipment.
Also, military sources said the army soldiers, backed up by artillery units, clashed with ISIL in Bari Sharqi front.
In the meantime, the artillery units targeted the movements of the terrorists West of al-Salamiyah, killing a large number of ISIL militants and forcing the rest of them to retreat from the battlefield.