Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the al-Nusra Front) has recently delivered 3,000 long-range and mid-range missiles jointly produced by a number of Arab states in one of the North African countries to the underground caches of Jeish al-Izza terrorist group in the towns of Kafr Zita and al-Latamineh in Northern Hama.
The Arabic-language service of Sputnik quoted special sources in Idlib as saying on Tuesday that the operations to deliver the missiles was carried out at night and took for two days, adding that commander of Tahrir al-Sham for weaponry named Abu Ahmad al-Checheni has ordered transfer of the missiles from the depots in Idlib city, Saraqi and Ariha in Idlib province to Jeish al-Izza after coordination with its commander Jamil al-Salih.
During the missile attacks by Jeish al-Izza against the residential areas in the town of al-Saqilbeh and Mahrada in Northern and Northwestern Hama, a civilian was killed and 7 others, including a child, were severely wounded and a large number of houses were destroyed.
Based on the report, the terrorists stationed in Southeastern Idlib also launched missile strikes against the Western parts of the town of Abu al-Zohour, killing 7 Syrian military forces and injuring 20 others near the town of al-Sukriyeh.
Meantime, the Syrian army forces in response targeted the terrorists’ moves in Western Abu al-Zohour, inflicting over 25 tolls on them and smashing their military equipment.
Also, the Syrian air force launched repeated airstrikes against the terrorists’ positions near the town of Saraqib in Southern Idlib, destroying one of the biggest arms depots of Tahrir al-Sham in the region.
On Monday, the Syrian army discovered a large number of US, Western, Israeli and Saudi weapons and equipment near Damascus and Quneitra.
The engineering units of the Syrian army found a cache of weapons, including US-made anti-tank missiles and a large number of West-made guns and heavy machine-guns as well as different types of ammunition, during purging operations in Southwestern Damascus and Quneitra.
They also discovered and seized several US and western communications systems, medical equipment and a large amount of Israeli, Jordanian and Saudi drugs.