Syrian army destroys terrorists’ fortified dens


Syrian Arab Army units operating in the northern Hama countryside thwarted terrorist groups’ infiltration attempts towards military points, killing and injuring a number of terrorists.

An army unit on Monday tracked an infiltration attempt by a terrorist group from Ma’rkabeh village in Hama northern countryside towards a military point and responded with appropriate weapons, killing and wounding most of its members, SANA reported.

It added that an army unit positioned in al-Mghair village in Mhardeh northern countryside destroyed a fortified hideout for terrorists of the so-called “Ahrar al-Sham” in the vicinity of Tal al-Sakher village, who attacked, with automatic weapons, a military point in a new breach of the demilitarized zone agreement in Idleb.

To the west of Soran city, the reporter pointed out that an army targeted with light machine guns and mortars fortified points of terrorist groups in response to the aggression on a military point stationed in the vicinity of al-Masasneh village, destroying machinegun and mortar launching pads and killing all terrorists.

Mohammed al-Razouk, Ibrahim Ahmed Khalil, and Khaled al-Atrash were identified among the killed terrorists.

Since the implementation of the demilitarized zone agreement in Idleb, the army units have foiled dozens of infiltration attempts by terrorist groups from the countryside of Idleb and Hama towards military points centered to protect safe towns in the northern Hama countryside.

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