A truck carrying a group of Al-Qaeda-linked fighters has been blown up by a roadside bomb in the northern countryside of Hama province. The saboteurs who set-up the attack remain unknown.
On Thursday, a truck transporting six Al-Qaeda-affiliated militants of the Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly called Jabhat al-Nusra and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham) terrorist group was hit by a roadside bomb as it passed east of Abu Dali town.
According to reports, the roadside bomb blew the vehicle off the road killing two of the six militants riding in it and injuring the other 4 (two of them critically).
The jihadist fighters were on their way to attack Syrian army forces in northern Hama which are now approaching the town (Abu Dali) near where the roadside bombing took place.
The spies who carried out the attack are unknown, however, given the convenience of the bombing for the Syrian Arab Army, it is most likely the case the the saboteurs were government aligned.