Islamist Rebels Killed in Regime Air Strikes on Hama, Aleppo

Local and military sources confirm Syrian air force strikes rebel positions in the country's north and west

Syria’s air force destroyed several hideouts and vehicles belonging to Jaish al-Fatah (Army of Conquest) rebels in the northern countryside of Hama province.

A military source told SANA that dozens of terrorists were killed or injured and their vehicles were destroyed when army air strikes targeted al-Alman Camp, Foro, al-Sifsafeh and Jeb al-Ahmar in Hama's northwestern countryside near its border with Idleb province.

Strikes against rebels in Ma'arkaba and al-Lahaiya in the northern countryside of Hama also inflicted heavy losses.

Rebel positions were targeted in Khirbet al-Naqous, al-Mansoura silos, al-Mashbak and al-Inkawi in the north-western countryside of Hama, while air raids also killed a number of Nusra Front fighters on the outskirts of al-Ziyara.

Meanwhile, local sources confirmed that 10 fighters, including rebel leader Abu al-Laith al-Muhajer, were killed during Syrian army operations in Tal Wase, Sahl al-Ghab.

Opposition social media pages confirmed the death of 15 of their fighters during clashes in Hama.


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