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Al-Nusra Front Terrorists Sustain Heavy Losses in Syrian Army’s Offensive in Dara’a


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Al-Nusra Front Terrorists Sustain Heavy Losses in Syrian Army’s Offensive in Dara’a

Syria24 July 2016 20:06

The Syrian army continued its military operations against al-Nusra Front in Dara’a, and inflicted heavy losses on the Takfiri terrorists in Syria’s Southern province.
“The Syrian army hit hard al-Nusra Front’s fortifications in the old customs district, killing and wounding scores of terrorists,” the Arabic-language media quoted an unnamed military source as saying on Sunday.

The source reiterated that another Syrian army unit hit al-Nusra Front’s military bases in Hay al-Hassibeh region in Dara’a al-Balad region.

Earlier on Sunday, the Syrian military forces stormed al-Nusra Front’s strongholds in Eastern Dara’a, inflicting a heavy death toll on the terrorists.

The Syrian soldiers struck concentration centers and gatherings of al-Nusra in Western side of the town of Kaheel 45 kilometers to the East of Dara’a city, which ended in the killing and wounding of dozens of militants.

In the meantime, al-Nusra positions near the village of Jamrin in Northeastern side of Busra al-Sham came under the heavy offensive of the Syrian army men.

Al-Nusra military hardware, including rocket launchers were destroyed in the attacks.

In a relevant development on Saturday, the Syrian army units attacked the al-Nusra Front’s concentration centers in the surrounding areas of al-Barid building in al-Karak region of Dara’a al-Balad.

Several Takfiri terrorists were killed and wounded in the Syrian army attack in Dara’a al-Balad.

The terrorists’ military hardware and equipment were also destroyed in the Syrian army attack.

The Syrian army also destroyed the artillery units and military vehicles of al-Nusra terrorists in Busra al-Sham region of Dara’a.

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