Syria

The Syrian army targeted terrorists’ dens and gatherings in Damascus countryside and other Several Areas

Syria

The Syrian army targeted terrorists’ dens and gatherings in Damascus countryside, destroying a terrorists’ warehouse and a workshop used for manufacturing mortar shells, in addition to killing and injuring several terrorists.
An official source said that the army units killed several terrorists, including Fadi Bitar, Hassan Hamdi al-Mashtoli, Majd al-Aqili and the Saudi Kasim Sultan al-Dosri in Hejera in the Southern countryside of Damascus.

The source added that another army unit destroyed a terrorists’ warehouse full of weapons and ammunition to the East of teachers’ building in Joubar neighborhood, killing and injuring a number of terrorists, including Ahmad al-Asi.

The source pointed out that other army units killed scores of terrorists in the farms surrounding al-Baharia and Deir Salman in Eastern Ghouta towns and destroyed their weapons and ammunition.

Abdulrahman Flaha, Saleh Kasem Jaghnoun and leader of a terrorist group called Abu Baker Shhada were identified among the dead terrorists.

The source pointed out the other army units discovered a workshop for manufacturing shells between Zebdin and Mollaiha towns with scores of explosive devices and explosion materials inside it.

Another army unit destroyed terrorists’ dens along with the weapons and ammunition inside them in Erbein and al-Ebe Farms, in addition to killing several terrorists, including Khaled Sukar, Ahmad al-Kahlous and Ahmad Kanjo.

In the Northern countryside of Damascus, another army unit carried out operation against the terrorist groups in the mountains adjacent to Halboun mountains, killing a number of terrorists, including Yaser al-Masri and Khaled Ghanim.

Meanwhile, other army units discovered a field hospital full of stolen medicine and destroyed a terrorists’ den along with the weapons and ammunition inside it in Khan al-Sheih.

Army units kill terrorists in Daraa and its countryside

Army units continued pursuit of the terrorist groups in Daraa city and countryside, killing and injuring a number of terrorists.

An official source said that an army unit clashed with a terrorist group which calls itself ”Al-Katiba al-Khadraa” (The Green Battalion) in Daraa al-Balad, killing most of its members, among them the group’s leader ”Rizk al-Jada’an al-Karrad.”

The source added that the guards of al-Mahatta and Daraa city council police stations killed terrorists who tried to attack the two stations. The terrorists Shaher al-Sweidan, Raed Ali Hamad, Samer al-Mahmoud and Shaher al-Hari were identified among the dead.

In Daraa countryside, an army unit destroyed terrorists’ gatherings in al-Mleiha al-Sharqieh town and killed a number of terrorists, among them Adnan Fandi al-Zoubi.

A military source said that the army units destroyed terrorists’ dens and gatherings in Daraa al-Balad, al-Mzayrib, Jlein, al-Nasria, Sahim al-Golan, Jamla and Tafas along with the weapons and ammunition inside them, killing and injuring several terrorists, including Nabil Talal al-Amarein.

The source added that another army unit seized weapons, ammunition and large sums of money in foreign currencies in Nawa city.

The source pointed out that other army units repelled a terrorist group which was attempting to attack a military checkpoint in Daraa city, killing all its members.

Walid Khalid al-Mahamid, Anas AL-ktaifan, Rafaat Jaber al-Nablsi, Maher Jamil Abazeid, Salem Mahmoud al-Masalma and the Saudi Mohammad al-Otaibi were identified among the dead terrorists.

Terrorists killed in Clash between terrorist groups on stolen items

Fierce clash erupted between terrorist groups, some of them affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra, in Douma in Damascus Countryside, causing the killing and the injury of several terrorists.

An official source said that the clash began in al-Hjaria and Abdulraof neighborhoods in Douma city before spreading to al-Shifonia crossroad, causing the killing and injury of several terrorists.

The source pointed out that the clash erupted due to a dispute on dividing stolen materials.

Back to top button
Close