Syria: U.S.-backed terrorists liquidated


Nov 25, 2012 - DAMASCUS, (SANA) - Units of the Armed Forces on Sunday continued their national mission in pursuit of al-Qaeda terrorists who are perpetrating acts of killing and looting in Daraya, Hejjeira and al-Dhiyabiyeh in Damascus Countryside and destroyed a number of their vehicles and tools used in targeting the residents and their properties.

An official source told SANA reporter that an army unit clashed with al-Qaeda linked terrorist group and killed some of its members near al-Forn roundabout in Daraya city.

An army unit discovered weapons and ammunition including Israeli-made bombs, DShK bullets, PKC machineguns and military uniforms in terrorists' hideouts in Cornice area in Daraya.

An official source told SANA reporter that the ammunition and weapons were hidden in particular holes dug by the terrorists in plantations in Daraya farms.

The source added that several mines were dismantled, after they were planted by terrorists in the residential houses in Corniche area in the city.

A unit of the Armed Forces clashed with an armed terrorist group, affiliated to al-Qaeda, near the eastern entrance of Daraya city, killing and injuring a number of terrorists.

An official source told SANA reporter that the army seized large amounts of weapons and ammunition, including machineguns, sniper rifles and a 82-mm mortar launcher, inside a terrorists' hideout in the city.

The source added that another unit of the armed forces killed a number of terrorists at Fayez Mansour and al-Akshak streets in Hejjeira town in the countryside of Damascus.

One of the most dangerous terrorists, Moa'az Numeiri was identified among the dead, the source said.

The source added that the army unit destroyed a pick-up loaded with weapons and ammunitions and killed all the terrorists inside of it.

A unit of the Armed Forces clashed with an armed terrorist group near al-Awzae' Mosque in al-Hejjeira, killing some of its members and seizing their weapons.

An official source told SANA reporter that a number of the most dangerous terrorists were killed, including a terrorist called Abu Suhaib, a Palestinian and terrorist Abu Mohammad al-Shadeed.

The source added that the dead terrorists were invloved in the planning and carrying out the terrorist attacks and bombings in Jaramana city.

In al-Dhiyabiyeh, a unit of the Armed Forces killed a number of al-Qaeda terrorists and destroyed a mortar launcher.

On the other hand, an army unit killed all members of an armed terrorist group in al-Husainiyeh town in al-Sayyeda Zainab area and destroyed their weapons.

Terrorists Ahmad, Ali and Marawan al-Saket, from Jabhat al-Nusra, were identified among the dead.

Engineering Units Dismantle 40-kg Explosive Device near Trade School in Hama

The engineering units dismantled an explosive device planted by terrorists near the Trade School in Bab Qebli neighborhood in Hama city.

SANA reporter quoted a source in the province as saying that the units dismantled a 40-kg explosive device which was planted on the road near the school.

In a relevant context, a unit of the Armed Forces clashed with al-Qaeda – affiliated terrorist group in the aforementioned neighborhood, killing a number of terrorists.

One of the most dangerous terrorists, Mohammad Bahaa Alloush, was identified among the dead.

Army Inflict Heavy Losses upon Terrorists in Idleb

A unit of the Armed Forces targeted an armed terrorist group in al-Tahouneh Square in Muhambel town in the countryside of Idleb, inflicting heavy losses upon its members.

An official source told SANA reporter that the operation resulted in the killing of a number of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists, in addition to destroying their weapons and ammunition.

The Source added that an explosive deivice blew up as a terrorist was trying to plant it near al-Mastoumeh town on Idleb-Ariha road and led to his immediate death, in addition to causing some damage to the passing cars.

On the other hand, seven terrorists were killed while others injured during a clash between two terrorist groups which disputed over dividing the loots in Khan Sheikhoun city in the countryside of Idleb.

English Bulletin

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