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19 jihadist-mercenaries of the al-Qaeda’s affiliated terrorist gang known as “Jabhat al-Nusra” have been killed, while 53 of them were injured and caught alive, and 4 heavy machinegun-equipped vehicles loaded with mortar shells destroyed, by heroic units of the Syrian Arab Armed Forces in al-Tamania’a town, Idleb countryside, according to reporters of SANA agency, who collected the statements by military sources on the battlefield.


Earlier on Wednesday morning, a military source on the ground confirmed the killing of the mercenary-terrorist Mohamed AbdelKarim al-Bakri, and the injuring of many other terrorists affiliated to “Jund al-Aqsa”, another terrorist gang affiliated (as Jabhat al-Nusra, Jaish al-Islam, Jeish al-Fateh, Ahrar al-Sham…) to al-Qaeda, during a special operation conducted by the Syrian Arab Army which targeted their gatherings and hideouts in al-Tamania’a town, in the southern countryside of the Idleb province.



Some of terrorists organization’s supporters on the web, have confirmed the heavy losses on the battlefield on their social media pages, and also acknowledged the death of the so called “Sultan Abu al-Zobair”, mercenary head of “al-Khatab” gang, another mercenary gang supported with U.S.-Saudi funds.



Other anti-terrorism military operations are ongoing, as more and more terrorist jihadist gangs are in disarray and fleeing to territories across the border, leaving behind a trail of their corpses, weapons and vehicles destroyed by Syrian and Russian military air forces.

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Syrian Military Reports, 28 January 2016
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