Syrian Army Repels Terrorists’ Attack on Abu Zohour Airport in Idlib


The Syrian army continued its advances in different parts of Idlib province in the Northwestern parts of the country, and thwarted an attack by the Takfiri terrorists on Abu Zohour military airport.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorists were pushed back from the surrounding areas of Abu Zohour military airport as they were trying to launch a fresh wave of offensive on army positions at the airport in the Eastern parts of the city of Saraqeb in Idlib countryside.

Abu Zohour Airport located in the Northern parts of Idlib countryside is Syria’s second largest military airport which is located in an area of 8 square kilometers and it has the capacity for 22 helicopters and Mig fighter jets.

Abu Zohour Airport is located 50 kilometers to the East of the city of Idlib and 63 kilometers from Khan Sheikhoun and 40 kilometers from Ma’aret al-Nauman.

In early 2014, the Syrian army regained full control over the Abu Zohour airport by destroying the militants’ positions in there and its surrounding areas.

The army units hit several gathering centers of the armed rebels in Masaken Al-Mohateh near Abu Zohour airport first.

Then the army killed tens of militants and injured dozens more in heavy clashes around Abu Zohour Airport.

The Syrian Army and government have defended their country against insurgents since 2011 when a huge number of foreign terrorists flocked to the Middle-Eastern country.

In spite of certain western states’ military and financial supports for militants, the Syrian troops have been able to push them back from many areas across the country, and based on military observers the fall of militancy in Syria is not far.

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