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Syrian Army Targets Terrorists’ Strongholds Badly in Northern Quneitra

6 October 2017 20:27


The Syrian Army’s artillery units opened heavy fire at two main strongholds of the terrorists in the Northern part of Quneitra province, inflicting major losses on the gunmen on Friday.

The artillery units targeted terrorists’ positions and movements in Haraj Jabata Khashab and al-Hamriyeh South of the town of Hadhar, killing and wounding several militants and destroying their equipment.

In relevant developments in the province in July, the army captured two key regions after a Sunday offensive on Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) in the Southern province of Quneitra.

The army men and the National Defense Forces raided the Al-Nusra positions and managed to drive the terrorists out of the strategic region of Red Villa near the town of al-Samdaniyeh al-Qabri.

Field sources said Red Villa region was of crucial importance as the army men could monitor and thwart any preemptive assault by the terrorists. The region links supply lines and its capture could also speed up the army’s movements.

The sources said the army also pushed terrorists back from al-Mokhtar Villa near the town of al-Samdaniyeh al-Sharqi after hours of non-stop clashes.

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