Syria: Nusra Positions Annihilated in Idlib Village



Syrian government forces destroyed the positions of al-Nusra Front terrorists in a key village in Idlib province, leaving at least a dozen militants dead.

The Syrian army destroyed positions of al-Nusra Front in Bdama village in the countryside of Jisr al-Shoughor on Monday.

During the military operations, the army killed at least 10 terrorists, most of them foreign militants.

The Takfiri militants’ weapons and military vehicles were also destroyed.

Earlier on Monday, the Syrian Army announced that its commandoes, in a special operation in the outskirts of the Northwestern city of Idlib, killed nearly 43 militants of al-Nusra Front, including a senior field commander.

“Abu Mohammad al-Saraqbi, the Nusra Front’s field commander near Idlib, was killed in the Syrian commandoes’ attack,” the army said.

“The Syrian commandoes had been informed by the intelligence sources about the exact position of the Nusra fighters,” the army said.

“The Syrian special forces returned their base without any casualties,” the army added.

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