Syria

More Equipment of White Helmets Discovered at ISIL’s Positions in Southern Syria

The Syrian Army continued its operation in Southwestern Dara’a and managed to capture more ISIL-held regions, discovering a large volume of equipment of the pro-militant White Helmets Organization, including American and Israeli aid, at terrorists’ positions on Monday.

The army’s engineering units carried out a mop-up operation near the town of al-Shajareh in Hawz Yarmouk, finding a large volume of equipment of the White Helmets Organization at ISIL’s positions.

The army soldiers further found Israeli and American aid packages of food stuff at the ISIL’s hideouts and positions.

In the meantime, field sources said that the army men drove ISIL out of the village of al-Arezah near the Israeli-occupied Golan.

The Syrian Army announced on Friday that their troops had uncovered a White Helmets base in Northwestern Dara’a.

According to a statement from the Syrian authorities, the army uncovered a White Helmets base in the town of Sahm Joulan, which was recently held by ISIL and previously by the Free Syrian Army (FSA).

The statement said that the White Helmets base contained IEDs and artillery shells inside, adding that they would release a video shortly.

A military source in the Dara’a said that the White Helmets base could have been turned into a weapons storage by the ISIL after they took over Sahm Joulan.

No further details have been released at this time.

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