Syrian Army Seizes Large Cargo of ISIL Weapons, Ammunition in Hama
The Syrian army identified and seized an ISIL vehicle carrying a large volume of arms and ammunition in the Northeastern part of Hama province.
The Syrian soldiers stopped a large truck on a road connecting Ithriya in Hama province to Raqqa city and discovered a large volume of ammunition and weapons.
Several ISIL terrorists were killed in the clashes that erupted before the seizure.
In relevant developments in the province on Friday, the Syrian military forces repelled the al-Nusra Front’s attack near the town of Ma’an and forced the terrorist group to pull its fighters back from the battlefield.
Terrorists carried out an approximate large-scale operation from three directions of Atshan, Tal Skeik and Um Hartain to break through the pro-government forces’ position in Ma’an, but their attacks were strongly defended by the Syrian soldiers.
Al-Nusra left behind at least 50 members dead and many more wounded and fled the battlefield under the heavy fire of the government forces.
The clashes ended in destruction of 9 of their vehicles, including two armored and machineguns-equipped ones.