Long Convoy of ISIL’s Military Vehicles Hit in Syrian Army’s Ambush Operation in Hama
The army men carried out an ambush operation against a military column of ISIL terrorists after they tried to go through Wadi al-Azib region towards areas under the control of Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) in Northern Hama.
Six military vehicles were destroyed and at least fifteen terrorists were killed in the operation.
In relevant developments in the province on Monday two senior commanders of Al-Nusra Front were killed in clashes with the Syrian Army troops in Northeastern Hama.
The militant-affiliated websites reported that Al-Nusra Commander Abu Omar was killed in the army attack in Northeastern Hama.
They added that Khalid Shalal al-Ahmad, nom de guerre Abu Adam, another field commander of Al-Nusra was also killed in heavy fighting with the army soldiers in the town of Tal Aswad in Northeastern Hama.