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Army units on Saturday carried out operations against terrorists, eliminating armed terrorist groups in several areas around the country.



Large number of terrorists killed, heavy weaponry destroyed in Lattakia

Units of the armed forces destroyed several terrorists’ gatherings and three of their cars loaded with rockets and explosive devices in the villages of Marj Khoukheh and Saqiet al-Kert in the countryside of Lattakia, a military source said.

The source told SANA that 24 terrorists were killed in the operations, including Ahmad Baerli, Omar al-Hajji, Mohammad al-Naser and Mahmoud al-Darwish.

An explosive devices cache, a 23 mm anti-aircraft gun and 3 heavy machine guns mounted on cars were destroyed in Beit Ewan village, in addition to the killing of numbers of terrorists.

In al-Kbeir village, an army unit destroyed 4 Grad rockets and killed 19 terrorists, including leader of a terrorist group affiliated to the Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham, who is nicknamed Abo Omar al-Shawi, according to the source.

The source noted that terrorists Sami Halawanji, Ayham al-Daba’, Othman al-Dibes, Muayad al-Khattab abd Omar Eleiko were identified among the dead.

Twenty-two other terrorists were killed and a mortar and a car laden with ammunition were destroyed in al-Rab’eh village, while a number of terrorists’ dens, cars and 2 Grad rockets were destroyed in Zahiyeh village.

Dozens of terrorists killed, infiltration attempts foiled in Aleppo

Army units killed terrorists attempting to infiltrate from al-Sayyed Ali area to neighboring areas, destroying their dens, gatherings, missile launchers and cars loaded with weapons and ammunition in several villages and towns in Aleppo and its countryside.

A military source said that army units eliminated armed terrorist groups in al-Sheikh Saed, Khan Toman, al-Rashidin al-Rabia areas, and destroyed missile launchers used by terrorists to target residents in the neighboring villages to the towns of al-Jdeideh and Erbid where they placed the launchers.

The source added that terrorists’ gatherings were eliminated in the surrounding areas to al-Kindi Hospital, Kafar Hamra, al-Dweihi, al-Mansoura, Andan and Masaken Hanano.

Other army units destroyed cars loaded with weapons and ammunition and terrorists in Arom, the surrounding area of the Central Prison and on Aleppo-Idleb highway.

In Aleppo city, an army unit foiled an armed terrorist group’s attempt to infiltrate from al-Sayyed Ali area into safe neighborhoods, killing all of its members.

Terrorists’ gatherings targeted in Homs countryside

Units of the army destroyed a mortar launcher and different munitions of the terrorists in Homs countryside, inflicting heavy losses upon them.

A military source told SANA that the army eliminated gatherings of terrorists in Kissin in al-Rastan, Jabal al-Shaer and Syriatel hill, destroying a number of cars loaded with weapons to the south of al-Qariyateen village. 

Armed terrorist groups eliminated in Idleb

The source said that an army unit confronted armed terrorist groups that attempted to infiltrate from Ma’arshemsheh and attack a military checkpoint in Wadi al-Daif in Idelb countryside, inflicting heavy losses upon the terrorists.

The source pointed out that terrorists’ gatherings were destroyed in villages and towns of Jidar Bakfaloun, Mafraq al-Rweihiyeh, Serjeh and the surrounding areas of al-Arba’in Mounting, where many terrorists were killed and others were injured.

On the other hand, SANA reporter said that two armed terrorist groups clashed in Khan Shaikhoun city, as many terrorists were killed and others were injured, adding that the terrorists Abdo Hibbo, a terrorist group leader, and Mohammad Shueib were among the dead.

Army units killed large numbers of terrorists and injured others in Idleb. Among the dead were Hashed al-Rmeihi from Qatar and Abdul-Rahman al-Dasher from Yemen, in addition to the terrorists Ghassan al-Qammouri, Adnan al-Naem, Faissal al-Jahjah, Mahmoud al-Malla, Maher al-Sayyad and Omar al-Jassem.


SANA – 30/11/2013

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