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Syrian Fighter Jets Continue to Bomb ISIL Centers in Eastern Hama


The Syrian warplanes, for the second day in a row, targeted ISIL’s bases in two regions in Eastern Hama, inflicting major losses on the Takfiri terrorists’ military hardware, mainly on their technical vehicles.
The Syrian army aircraft targeted ISIL’s concentration center in Tabaret al-Deibeh’s square at the beginning of a road towards the village of al-Mofaker, which ended in destruction of several machinegun-equipped vehicles.

In the meantime, the Syrian bombers hit ISIL’s gatherings in the village of al-Mofaker al-Sharghiyeh near the town of al-Salamiyah, which claimed the lives of several terrorists.

In relevant developments in the province on Monday, the Syrian Army and Air Force struck the positions of the ISIL and al-Nusra Front in the Central and Eastern parts of Hama province, pinning the terrorist groups down behind their defense lines.

The Syrian fighter jets, in several combat flights, pounded ISIL’s strongholds in Tabaret al-Deibeh, Abu Hanaya, Abu Hbeilat and al-Hardaneh in the Eastern side of Salamiyah, which ended in mass destruction of their military vehicles.

The Syrian army men, for their part, ambushed a group of al-Nusra fighters near Wadi al-Ezeib on Salamiyah-Ithriya road which ended in the killing of most of he group’s members.

In the meantime, large volume of RPJ shells, anti-tank mines, artillery shells and other types of ammunition, in addition to medium and heavy machine guns, were destroyed in the attacks.

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