Syrian army targets terrorists’ hotbeds in Aleppo province

ALEPPO, Nov. 08 (MNA) – Syrian army units have destroyed the ISIL terrorists' hideouts and fortresses in the villages and towns of Rasm al-Abboud, al-Jaberiyeh, Hmaimiyeh and Abu Danneh in the eastern countryside of Aleppo province.

A military source told SANA on Sunday that the army inflicted heavy losses upon terrorist organizations in personnel and equipment near the Air Force Academy, east of Aleppo city. This was followed by demolition of a number of ISIL members with all weapons and ammunition inside hideouts. Meanwhile, a number of terrorists, mostly from al-Nusra Front terrorist organization, were killed and wounded and their machineguns-equipped vehicles were destroyed in the army operations against their movement axes and gatherings in the village of Khalsah, south of Karasi village in the southern countryside of the province.

The terrorist organizations acknowledged on their social media websites the killing of a number of their members, among them the so-called military leader in al-Nusra Front Faisal Sharif, nicknamed Abu Omair al-Ansari. In the city of Aleppo, army units destroyed terrorists’ hotbeds in al-Liramoun and al-Asharafiyeh neighborhoods.

 

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