Over 700 Terrorists Killed in Operations in Handarat Camp in Syria
Military sources in Syria said over 700 terrorists have been killed and hundreds of others wounded during the nearly 100-day-long operations of the army and its allies at Handarat camp in Aleppo.
According to the sources, names of 7 senior commanders of different terrorist groups are also seen among the dead, including Abu al-Walid al-Shabal, the commander of Fajr al-Sham group in Ain al-Tal region, Abu Motasam, the commander of al-Shabab group, Ahmad Salkho, the commander of Nureddin Zinki group, Mohammad Mahanna, the commander of Mountain Hawks group, Morad al-Basha, the commander of Sultan Morat group, Abu al-Ais, the commander of Faylaq al-Sham group and Abu Jamal Makhzoum, the commander of Estaqam Kama Omerat group.
“Such a large number of terrorist casualties in the Northern parts of Aleppo is unprecedented but they are well aware that the Syrian army’s control over Handarat camp means the end of their life in Aleppo,” a field source told FNA on Sunday.
Military sources said on Saturday that tens of armored vehicles of the terrorist groups, including 40 advanced tanks, were destroyed in the Syrian Army’s anti-terrorism operations in Northern and Northwestern Aleppo in the last 30 days.
“The large-scale operations of the Syrian army and its popular allies in al-Malaah region, Castillo highway, Handarat, al-Lairamoun, Bani Zeid and other battlefields North and Northwest of Aleppo city inflicted major damage on the terrorist groups’ military hardware, including 40 tanks, and killed over 300 terrorists,” the sources said.
Earlier reports said that Russian warplanes, in close cooperation with Syrian choppers, targeted the terrorist groups’ strongholds across Aleppo city districts, inflicting major casualties and losses on the militants.
Terrorists’ gatherings and concentration centers in Jandoul Roundabout, Shuqaif Bridge, Shuqaif Industrial District, al-Kindi District, Hraytan and Kafr Hamra were massively bombed by the Syrian military helicopters and Russian fighter jets.
Scores of the militants were killed or wounded and their military hardware was badly damaged in the attacks.