Syrian Army Frees Civilians Kidnapped by Terrorists in Hama


The Syrian Army men have released 19 civilians that were kidnapped by the ISIL terrorists in Northeastern Hama, transferring them to safe regions, military sources confirmed on Sunday.

The sources said that the army soldiers stormed ISIL’s defense lines and freed 19 civilians, including four children, kidnapped by the ISIL in al-Sa’an region and kept in a jail in the village of Um Sahrij in Northeastern Hama.

Earlier reports said that the army troops stormed the defense lines of the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) in Northeastern Hama and drove the terrorists out of two more villages.

The army men hit Al-Nusra positions hard along the road connecting the towns of Sheikh Hilal to Ithriya and captured the villages of al-Khafiyeh and Rasm Sawi.

In the meantime, dissident-affiliated websites reported that one of the media men of Al-Nusra working for Aba’a news website was killed in clashes with the army soldiers in the village of Jubb Abyaz.

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