“The arms depot, that contained a huge number of US-made TOW anti-tank missiles and missile-launchers, of Jeish al-Fateh (Army of Conquest) terrorist group were destroyed in an area between Hama and Idlib provinces by the Syrian forces,” an informed source said on Sunday.
Dozens of Takfiri terrorists were killed and many more were injured during the Syrian forces’ raid on their positions.
In a relevant development on Wednesday, the Syrian army killed the emir of Al-Nusra Front terrorist group along with over a dozen other terrorists in Idlib countryside. Hussein al-Asvad, a top al-Nusra Front commander, and 13 of his men were killed in the Syrian forces’ attack on their military positions in Idlib countryside.
A number of military vehicles equipped with heavy machineguns and armored vehicles were also destroyed during the attack. Also on Wednesday, dozens of Takfiri militants were killed in anti-terrorism operations near a key town of Idlib province.
“The Syrian army killed scores of Takfiri terrorists and destroyed the militants’ military vehicles, strongholds and depots on the outskirts of Sarmin town in Idlib,” informed sources said.
Meanwhile, the Syrian army destroyed a position of al-Nusra Front, killing all Takfiri terrorists who were inside it in al-Dana town in Idlib on Tuesday.
On Monday, a large group of Takfiri militants were killed and injured in Syrian airstrikes and artillery attacks that targeted terrorists’ positions in Idlib province. The Syrian airstrikes hit Takfiri militants’ positions in the city of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib.
The Syrian army also fired artillery shells at Takfiri militants’ positions in al-Habit town in the province. Sources also said that a large number of militants were killed and injured in the air and artillery attacks.