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Syria: ‘israel’, US Footprints Found in Terrorists’ Strongholds in Dara’a

The Syrian Army discovered a cache of arms and military equipment, including the US and Israeli weapons, during cleansing operations against remnants of the terrorists West of Dara'a province.

The Syrian Army’s engineering units found depots of weapons and military equipment, including large amount of weapons such as sniper rifles, machineguns, artillery canons, mortar rounds, hand grenades, rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) and wireless equipment, left behind by the terrorists in Dara’a province.  

Meantime, a military source said that the Syrian Army discovered a large amount of US-made guided anti-tank missiles and Israeli weaponry and equipment.

The US, Israel and other western states have helped the terrorist groups in Syria logistically and financially.

This is not the first time that the West’s footprints are found in the terrorists’ strongholds in Syria.

In a relevant development earlier this month, the Syrian army discovered a cache of weapons and military equipment, including West-made arms, during cleansing operations in regions freed from terrorists’ hands in Northern Dara’a.

The engineering units of the Syrian army last Monday found a large number of different types of weapons, machine-guns, RPGs, guns and ammunition left behind by the terrorists who had earlier occupied the town of Ankhal in Northern Dara’a.

Among the seized weapons, several types of arms and ammunition manufactured by the western companies, communication systems and night-vision equipment were found as well.

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