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Tahrir Al-Sham Terrorists Targets Syrian Army’s Fighter Jet in Idlib by Turkish Missile

Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) terrorists targeted a Syrian Army fighter jet by Turkish-made air defense missile in Southern Idlib, the Arbic-language media outlets reported.

The Arabic-language Rai al-Youm news website quoted sources affiliated to the terrorists as saying that the Syrian fighter jet was hit by Tahrir al-Sham’s missile.

However, the Syrian and Russian officials did not confirm that the Syrian fighter jet was hit by Tahrir al-Sham.

It is for the second time this month that Tahrir al-Sham terrorists have announced they have hit the Syrian fighter jets with Turkish-made missiles.

Meantime, the Arabic-language al-Watan reported that the Russian and Syrian air forces have hit the military positions of Tahrir al-Sham in Kafar Zita, al-Latamineh in Northern Hama and Kafar Nubl, Khan Sheikhoun, outskirts of Kafar Sajneh, Hish and Saraqib in Southern Idlib, killing a large number of terrorists.

In a relevant development last Tuesday, the Syrian army dispatched massive military convoys to Northern Hama and Southern Idlib as heavy fighting between the two sides inflicted tens of casualties on the terrorists.

A military convoy comprising hundreds of Syrian soldiers and massive military equipment were dispatched from Hama Airport to contact lines with terrorists in Northern and Northwestern Hama as well as Southern Idlib to reinforce the Syrian Army’s military positions in those regions.

Three military convoys comprising tens of military vehicles carrying military equipment and a large number of fresh troops arrived in Northern Syria from Damascus province.

Al-Watan newspaper reported that the Syrian Army’s artillery units and air force as well as the Russian air force pounded the terrorists’ military positions and movements in all fronts in Northwestern Hama and Southern Idlib, including the towns of Kafar Zita, Mourak and al-Latamineh, destroying all their military positions and killing tens of terrorists.

Meantime, sources affiliated to the militants admitted that at least 52 terrorists, including two notorious commanders of Jeish al-Izza terrorist group, namely Mohammad Khaled al-Saba and Yasser Ahmad al-Helal were killed.

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