Notorious Terrorist Commander Killed in Huge Blast in Northwestern Syria
Abdul Rezwan al-Bakri nom de guerre Abu Talhah, an experienced field commander of the National Liberation Front, was killed after a bomb planted in his vehicle went off at the terrorist group’s base in Jabal al-Arba’ein near the town of Ariha in Southern Idlib.
The entire terrorists in the base were killed or wounded and a large volume of arms and ammunition was damaged in the blast that was the first bomb explosion in the group’s bases.
In a relevant development on last week, over 40 terrorists of Tahrir al-Sham as well as a number of civilians were killed in a huge blast at the terrorist group’s arms depot in Idlib province.
A huge explosion at a large depot of arms and ammunition of Tahrir a-Sham in the town of Sarmada near Bab al-Hawa border-crossing with Turkey destroyed fully two large six-story buildings in the region, killing 40 terrorists and an unspecified number of civilians. Dozens more have also been wounded in the explosion.
Local sources said that the death toll will rise as a number of people are still under the debris.
There is yet no further report on the cause of the incident.
In the meantime, a bomb went of in a vehicle of Tahrir al-Sham in the town of Sarmin in Southeastern Idlib, killing a number of terrorists.