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Syrian and Russian Armies Decimate Al Qaeda Posts in Idlib

Syrian Army and Russian Air force bomb al Qaeda posts in Idlib

The Syrian Arab Army and the Russian Army continue their coordinated bombing campaign for the 6th day against the fortifications and quarters of the NATO-sponsored Al Qaeda terrorists in Idlib in retaliation to the escalated terrorist attacks against the civilians carried out by these NATO proxy forces on the 22nd of this month.

Following is a timeline of the main Syrian Arab Army’s artillery shelling and the Russian Aerospace Forces’ bombing of Al Qaeda posts in Idlib in the past 6 days:

23 June 2023:

Bombers of the Russian Air Force target, with a number of air strikes, terrorist sites on the axes of the northern Lattakia countryside.

The video is also available on Rumble, BitChute, and YouTube.

Russian warplanes target, with successive air raids, locations of the al Qaeda Levant (HTS – Nusra Front) terrorists in the vicinity of the village of Al-Ghasaniyeh in the countryside of Jisr Al-Shughur city in Idlib countryside.

The Russian Air Force destroyed the launch sites for drones that attacked villages in the countryside of Latakia and Hama, by means of four air strikes in the northern countryside of Latakia and in the countryside of the city of Jisr al-Shughour.

24 June 2023:

Violent nighttime raids by Russian warplanes targeted the headquarters and warehouses of weapons and ammunition belonging to the “Turkistani Islamist Party” (a large percentage of them are Chinese Uighur) and the “First Turkmen Coastal Division” of the NATO Turkey-sponsored al Qaeda Levant.

The axes of the northern countryside of Latakia and Jisr al-Shughur, southwest of Idlib, witnessed violent night raids carried out by the Russian warplanes, targeting the headquarters and warehouses of weapons and ammunition belonging to the terrorists of the “Al-Nusra Front”, the “Turkestan Party” and the “First Turkmen Coastal Division”.

The bank of targets was precisely identified after the reconnaissance planes monitored the locations from which modified and armed drones launched their attacks on the homes and neighborhoods of civilians in the countryside of Latakia and Hama over the past two days.

Russian warplanes target, with several raids, locations, and movements of terrorists on the axis of Talat al-Khader in the northern countryside of Latakia.

A new series of raids carried out by the Russian Air Force on the sites and gatherings of the terrorists in the vicinity of the town of Bakfla, near Jisr al-Shughur in the western countryside of Idlib, and the Al-Nahr al-Abyad area in the northern countryside of Latakia.

25 June 2023:

Night raids by the Russian Air Force targeted the sites of the terrorists in the vicinity of the town of Bazabur in Jabal Al-Zawiya in the countryside of Idlib and the Kabani Hills axis in the northern countryside of Lattakia, in conjunction with intense artillery shelling by the Syrian Arab Army units targeting the front lines.

Intensive raids by the Russian Air Force on the headquarters and sites of the terrorists west of the city of Idlib and the vicinity of Jabal al-Arbaeen and the vicinity of the city of Jisr al-Shughour in the Idlib countryside, and the axes of Kabani Hills in the northern Lattakia countryside.

One of the air raids today also targeted a farm that the terrorists use as a headquarters, west of the Corniche, on the outskirts of the city of Idlib, which led to the death of a number of them and the burning of one of their vehicles.

Al-Jazeera Mubasher’s correspondent filmed the results of the targeting from afar and did not approach the place, not even zooming, so as not to show the losses of the militants.

NATO and Al Qaeda propagandists claimed that the attack was against a children’s school, as usual.

Local sources confirm deaths and injuries among the terrorists as a result of the air raids of the Russian warplanes on the axes of the western countryside of Idlib and the northern countryside of Latakia.

The Syrian Ministry of Defense issued the following statement:

“In response to the attacks carried out by armed terrorist groups during the past few days on the countryside of Hama and Lattakia, which claimed the lives of a number of civilians and caused great material damage to the property of the people, our valiant armed forces, in cooperation with the Russian Air Force, carried out several qualitative operations targeting the headquarters and warehouses of terrorists in the countryside of Idlib and locations Launching drones.”

The statement carries on naming the terrorists killed during the raids: “The qualitative military operations led to the destruction of the terrorists’ quarters and warehouses for weapons, ammunition, and drones, killing dozens of terrorists and injuring others, and a number of the leaders of terrorist groups were known, including:

  • Abdul Karim Abu Dawood al-Turkistani
  • Saifullah Abu Abdul Haq al-Turkistan
  • Mustafa Sheikh Al-Sit
  • Abdul Rahman Saadoun
  • Abu Karrar
  • Muhammad Saeed Nasuh
  • Radwan Maatarmawi
  • Mahmoud Sheikh Al-Hara

26 June 2023:

Terrorist organizations in Idlib attacked with mortar shells and drones the town of Jourin and its surroundings in the Al-Ghab Plain in the countryside of Hama, and the damage is limited to material.

An elderly man was injured in Salhab, Hama countryside, as terrorist organizations bombed civilian areas with drones.

27 June 2023:

5 pm: The Syrian Arab Army and the allied forces bombarded with Burkan (volcano) missiles the headquarters and locations of the terrorists of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham on the axes of the western countryside of Aleppo.

9 pm: The Syrian Arab Army bombed with rocket launchers the positions of the Al-Nusra Front in the vicinity of the city of Jisr Al-Shughour in Idlib countryside.

Reports of over 50 terrorists killed by the SAA bombing, details revealed the next day.

28 June 2023:

11:00 am: Russian and Syrian aviation launched a complex attack on the command post and underground shelter of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham terrorists near Sarjah in the Idlib de-escalation zone.

As reported the earlier day, more than 50 HTS fighters were killed and wounded as a result of the strike.

The targeted site in the village of Sarjah in the countryside of Idlib was a large compound for HTS (al Qaeda Levant) that includes a command headquarters, a weapons depot, and a garage for heavy weapons, and it was targeted by 5 raids from air bombers, followed by a series of strikes from the army’s artillery. The terrorists admitted that 8 of their members have been killed and that ‘the death toll is likely to rise.’

Some of the terrorists who were identified:

  1. Commander Abu Karmo Morek
  2. Dawood Muhammad
  3. Abu Seif Mustafa Al-Sahili
  4. Haidara Mahmoud Al-Ghab
  5. Abu Al-Baraa Abyan
  6. Abu Sayfo al-Hamawi
  7. Abu Mujahid Rabi` al-Ghab
  8. Abu Al-Zubair Serji
  9. Radwan Rihan
  10. Abdul Hamid Akl
  11. Abu Ahmad Sheikh Sindyan

Infighting erupted between the US-sponsored plethora of al Qaeda terrorist groups in the targeted areas with each group accusing the other of leaking information used by the Syrian intelligence to identify the targets destroyed by the Syrian artillery and the Russian air force bombing.

The latest escalation by the NATO Turkey-sponsored Al Qaeda Levant (HTS – Nusra Front) comes as talks were ongoing in Moscow within the Astana Framework to end the war on Syria with the participation of Syria, Russia, Iran, and Turkey, the member state of the NATO ‘defensive’ alliance.

Despite news that the Turks agreed to stop supporting their terrorists in these talks, their terrorists escalated their attacks on the Syrian towns and villages within the reach of their missiles and drones in the countryside of Latakia, Hama, and Idlib.

If the Turks were sincere, and they have never been, they could easily withdraw their troops illegally occupying Syrian territories and providing military cover to the terrorists’ main quarters, they can stop the flow of money and weapons coming from NATO and the Gulfies, Qatar and Kuwait in particular, and limit the freedom of movement of the terrorists and close their propaganda outlets in Turkey.

The above was supposed to be concluded within three months after the Idlib Agreement was agreed upon between the above-mentioned parties in September 2018, in which Russia and Iran would play the role of guarantors for the Turks, obviously, the Russians and Iranians failed in their tasks to guarantee the implementation of the Idlib Agreement by the Turks who instead of withdrawing their troops from Syria and dismantle the terrorist groups, have beefed the numbers of their terrorists and increased the supplies of their weapons.

Arabi Souri contributed to the post.

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1 Comment

  1. Muhammad Turkmani

    It’s way overdue all those terrorist groups are eliminated, I don’t understand why Syria has to accept giving the Turks more time, they are 5 years late on implementing Idlib agreement, even if Russia and Iran want to help Erdogan, haven’t they helped him enough?!


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