Another Notorious Terrorist Commander Killed in Syrian Army Operation in Idlib
Qasoura Malahem, a Jund al-Malahem commander and a former commander of Jund al-Aqsa, was killed a tough battle with the army men in Southeastern Idlib, the sources said.
In the meantime, the militant-affiliated sources confirmed that the terrorist groups suffered heavy defeats in their offensives on army positions in Northern Hama and Southeastern Idlib.
The failed attacks, codenamed as Rad al-Toqyan and En Allah Ala Nasrahom al-Qadir, failed to stop the advances of the government troops.
Field sources confirmed on Saturday that the army men captured the villages of Hamidiyeh, Hamidiyeh Shaddad and Aljaki’yeh near Abu al-Dhohour strategic airbase in Southeastern Idlib.
The sources said that the army men inflicted major casualties on the terrorists and recaptured lost lands in Atshan, Um Khalakhil, Zerzour, Khi’yareh, Ajouz and Kafraya regions.
The army men, meantime, repelled terrorists’ heavy offensive on the villages of Kharbiyeh and Rabi’eh in Southeastern Idlib, targeting and destroying two bomb-laden vehicles of the terrorists before they could hit the army positions.