The Syrian armed forces on Thursday inflicted heavy losses on terrorists in several provinces, killing and injuring a number of them and destroying their arms.
A unit of the armed forces killed numbers of terrorists, mostly from the so-called “The Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS)” which is affiliated to Al-Qaeda and destroyed their weapons in the Northern countryside of Lattakia.
A military source told SANA that scores of terrorists were killed and injured and 9 cars loaded with weapons and ammunition were destroyed in Khan al-Jouz village.
Abo Ayman al-Iraqi, leader of the so-called “The Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham” in Lattakia Mountains, and his deputy Abo Hamzeh al-Saudi were identified among the dead, in addition to terrorists Hossam al-Haj Mohammad, Mohamad Nour-Eddin Saleh and Alaa-Eddin al-Hashem.
The source added that units of the armed forces killed 32 terrorists and injured 14 others in a special operation that targeted the terrorists’ gatherings in al-Rawdeh village.
Two heavy machine guns mounted on two cars were destroyed in the operations, according to the source, who noted that Jordanian terrorists Othman al-Dahman, Aref al-Ma’ayteh and Asaad al-Dheimi were identified among the dead.