The Syrian Army opened heavy fire at the strongholds of Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board commonly known as the Al-Nusra Front) in Northern Hama after the terrorists targeted government forces’ positions on Wednesday.
Al-Nusra and allied fighters fired several rockets at the army positions in Halfaya and Batish checkpoint in Northern Hama and the army responded with missile and artillery units killing nearly two dozen terrorists. The army also seized several vehicles and destroyed large volume of arms and ammunition.
On Monday, the Syrian army’s missile units targeted a convoy of terrorists from the National Liberation Front along a road connecting the villages of al-Ankavi and Qalidin in al-Ghaab Plain in Northwestern Hama. At least two vehicles were destroyed and thirteen terror militants were killed and several others wounded in the army fire. Al-Nusra Front is the official Al-Qaeda branch in Syria.