Aleppo: Top Terrorist Commander Killed in Clashes with Syrian Army



Top field commander of the Faylaq al-Sham terrorist group was killed in heavy fighting with the Syrian Army troops in the Northern part of Aleppo province near the Handarat camp.

Hakim al-Omar, the leader of Falylaq al-Sham (the Sham Legion), was killed in clashes with the Syrian government forces in al-Mallah farms.

Several more terrorists, accompanying al-Omar, were killed in the army attacks.

A report said on Friday that the Syrian Army troops continued to target the gatherings and concentration centers of the ISIL and al-Nusra Front in the Southern, Northeastern and Eastern parts of Aleppo province, inflicting heavy casualties on the militants.

The Syrian soldiers stormed al-Nusra Front’s positions near the villages of al-Eis and Kafar Naha in the Southern part of the province, which ended in the killing or wounding of several terrorists.

The ISIL concentration centers near the villages of Abu Taltal and al-Madiouniyeh near the town of al-Bab and the village of Souran in the Northeastern territories of the province came under the heavy offensives of the Syrian army men and their popular allies, which claimed the lives of several terrorists and destruction of their military hardware.

The Eastern part of Aleppo was also the scene of heavy fighting between the Syrian government forces and the ISIL terrorists, whose positions in Rasm al-Alam sustained major losses in the army troops’ assaults.

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