Terrorists blown into pieces in failed assault on east Idlib
An entire squad of jihadi militants were literally blown into pieces when they were trapped in a landmine field near an outpost for the Syrian Army in east Islib countryside.
Fighters from the Nusra-affiliated Hurras Ad-din group attempted to attack the Syrian Army positions in Lobidah town of east Idlib countryside when they found themselves caught in a landmine field.
Several fighters were killed in mines explosions while others who attempted to pull back were hunted down by the government troops’ machineguns.
Up to 10 extremist jihadists were killed in the failed onslaught, including 2 top commanders.
The Guardians of Religion Organization is an armed insurgent group affiliated with Al-Qaeda and fighting in the jihadi-controlled province of Idlib.