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Syria: Army continues Military Operations in Aleppo and Maaloula
Syrian Army continues operations in Douma, Jobar, Aleppo and other regions of Syria.
While the battles between the units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) against the Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups in and around the historic Christian village of Maaloula are still ongoing and the Syrian forces were already able to retake the control of parts of the Christian village in the north of Damascus, other units of the Syrian Army have continued their military operations against the foreign-backed terrorists in other regions of the Arab country.
The field progress and the military operations against the foreign-supported terrorists by the units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continued in the strategically important city of Aleppo (Halab), but also in Douma as well as in the Christian village of Maaloula and the region around the ancient mountain village in the north of the capital, Damascus.
According to the reports from the battlefields in Syria, the units of the Syrian Army have killed a large number of terrorists and jihadists in the recent mop-up operations in the country. The Syrian forces have also destroyed a large amount of weapons of the terrorists and several dens, which were used by the foreign-backed terrorist groups in some areas of the Arab country.
In the Southwest of the Christian village of Maaloula (Ma’loula), a unit ot the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) was able to kill a terrorist leader of a group that is linked to the al-Nusra Front. The so-called al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) is among the so-called Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoots fighting on Syrian soil against the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus in order to support the agenda of Al-Qaeda in Syria. However, the so-called al-Nusra Front was supported by several Western governments and this support with weapons and money by Western countries for the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front in Syria is not so long ago.
The unit of the Syrian Army fighting against the terrorists in the Southwest of the Christian village of Maaloula (Ma’loula) was not only able to kill a jihadist leader but also to eliminate and injure some of his Islamist fighters. Another unit of the Syrian Army has successfully destroyed several dens of the armed terrorists in the areas of the farms in Ras al-Ein as well as in the Syrian town of al-Sarkha, both areas are located in the North of the ancient village of Maaloula.
Meanwhile, several other units of the Syrian armed forces were able to destroy a warehouse of the foreign-backed terrorists in the Eastern area of Ghouta. However, it is reported that other warehouses for the production of explosive devices and some terrorists’ dens were also destroyed by the units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in a string of targeted military operations in the Northern and Southern countryside of Syria’s capital, Damascus.
Further military operations by units of the Syrian army, which consists of all parts of the Syrian society, were carried out in the area of the farms of al-Eb, which are located in Syria’s Douma. The military operations in this area of Douma led to the elimination of a complete group of armed terrorists.
Another group of armed terrorists were eliminated by the Syrian Army in the now already famous area of Jobar, a suburb of the capital Damascus. The Syrian Army units in Jobar have killed a group of terrorists in the neighbourhood of Jobar (in the South of the Teachers’ Tower in this suburb pf the capital), while another unit of the Syrian Army has successfully eliminated several armed terrorists in Barzeh, also a neighbourhood in the capital of Syria.
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Saudi Militant Leader Killed in Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi national Abu Turab al-Najdi, who was a leader of an Al-Qaeda-linked group, was killed in Syria’s al-Regheh town in Northeastern Syria, media reports said.
Syrian forces have also killed several insurgents during clashes in the Eastern city of Deir Ezzor as fighting continues between government troops and armed rebels in which the commander of militant group of el-Forat was also killed.
One Jordanian terrorist affiliated to al-Nusra Front was also killed in army operation in Daraa. Earlier on Wednesday another two Jordanian militants were killed during clashes in the village of Dourin in the suburbs of Lattakia, Al-Alam reported.
Over the past few days, Syrian forces have killed scores of Takfiri militants, mostly foreign mercenaries, in Lattakia.
Endless Battles among Militia Groups’ Mercenaries in Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- Differences among combat factions active over the Syrian territories increase day in and day out, military sources reported.
The number of antigovernment combat factions has reached 1750, including the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA), "State of Iraq and Levant", and other groups working for different agendas, the sources said.
However, the most prominent differences lie between the FSA and the "State of Sham and Iraq", where media sources reported that the latter killed Abu Obeida Al-Binshi, one of the FSA commanders, the Islam Times reported.
"The assassination took place after the "State of Iraq and Levant" had taken a number of Malaysians, Syrians and Turks relief workers as hostages," the sources said.
"Following the abduction, a number of the FSA brigades moved in an attempt to release prisoners, which led to clashes between the two opposition groups, and left Abu Obeida Al-Binshi killed," they elaborated further.
Earlier, a media source in the FSA described the "State of Iraq and Levant" as the movement which turned into a cruel rebel group.
"This organization kills all dissidents without exception, chasing and assassinating them in the areas of Ghota and Damascus western countryside," the media source said.
Such incidents were being repeated in Syria during the recent period, signaling a growing tension between the militant groups active under the FSA and the so-called 'Jihadi' groups, mainly composed of non-Syrian militants.
For its part, the opposing UK-based Syrian Observatory said that Al-Qaeda-affiliated "State of Iraq and Levant" had beheaded another battalion commander in the province of Idlib, Northwest Syria, in the wake of a battle erupted between the Syrian army and militants of other battalions in the town of Dana, in which dozens were killed.