The Syrian Air Force targeted positions of Jaish al-Fatah terrorists in the northern countryside of Hama province, hitting their gatherings and movements in the cities of Mourek and Tibet al-Imam and in the surroundings of al-Buwaida village and Souran town, a military source told SANA Thursday.
Large numbers of them were killed and scores of vehicles, some equipped with machine guns, were destroyed in the air strikes.
The source said later that air strikes were launched against gatherings of terrorists from “Jaish al-Nassr” and “Jund al-Aqsa” in the surroundings of Souran town that left 10 terrorists dead, including Abu al-Zubair al-Hamwi, Adel Dakhan and Mahmoud Dakhan, and a BMP vehicle destroyed.
The Air Force also destroys tens of vehicles and armored cars for the terrorist organizations on the axes of al-Latamina, Tibet al-Imam, al-Lahaya and Maarakba in the northern countryside of Hama.
Meanwhile, the terrorist organizations acknowledged on their social media pages the death of many of their members, among them the “military leader of the so-called “Sukour Kaer Zita Brigade within Jaish al-Nassr” Rashid al-Hajji.
The Syrian Air Force destroyed several dens for terrorist groups and inflicted heavy losses upon the terrorists in personnel and weaponry in Kafr Hamra on the northwestern sides of Aleppo city.
The army’s airstrikes targeted the terrorists’ movements, destroying a convoy of vehicles and killing and injuring many terrorists on the axis of Khan Touman in Aleppo southwestern countryside.
An army unit destroyed ISIS oil tanker trucks and killed all of the terrorists escorting them in the area east of Shaghaf village in the eastern countryside of the southern Sweida province.
An army unit destroyed a mortar position and killed all the terrorists operating it in al-Nueimeh town in the eastern countryside of Daraa.
A terrorist group was targeted to the south of Daraa dam, with its members getting killed or injured.
Army units also killed a number of terrorists in Daraa al-Balad area in Daraa city, including Yehya Abu Zreik, the military leader of “Al-Tawhid Brigade” terrorist organization who is nicknamed “Abu Qutada”.