viernes, 21 de junio de 2013

Syrian Army’s operations kill tens of al-Qaeda, including Saudis and a dangerous leader

Saudi gunmen fighting in Syria

Syrian Arab Army carried out on Friday morning, a series of operations against armed militias in several parts of Syria, killing dozens of al-Qaeda militants, including Saudis, in Hasakah countryside, and a dangerous leader in Edlib countryside.

Syrian Army kills elements of al-Qaeda, including Saudis, east of Syria
The army confronted a new attack by gunmen this morning at the headquarters of the Division 17th in Raqqa and afflicted dozens of them dead, including Muhammad Ali Hassoun and Ammar Al-hayef.

Breaking News Network reporter confirmed that the army carried out operations in Deir Ezzor, killing in Al-Mrieih the commander Ammar Mohammed al-Abed, and repelled an infiltrate attempt to the Jubaila neighborhood of Central Park and two gunmen were killed, as the army clashed with gunmen near Zenobia School in Cinema Fouad Street.

Military operations continued in Hasakah, when the army has stroke the military headquarters for al-Qaeda in the village of Abu al-Qasayed in Tel Hmais, as result the two Saudis, Fahd Al-Mutairi and Saleh Onaizi, elements of al-Nusra Front, and other members of the oraganiztion were killed.

Finally, our correspondent confirmed that the armies stroke the headquarters of gunmen in the center of grains of Tel Hmais.

Syrian Arab Army kills a dangerous leader of al-Qaeda in the countryside of Edlib and 50 elements

The army carried out a series of operations in the towns of Edlib countryside against insurgents in which dozens of them have been killed.

Ahmad Bakir, called by Abu al-Walid, the military commander for «Abbas Brigade» affiliated with «Ahrar al-Sham Islamic movement» and the commander of «al-Farqan Battalion», was killed during clashes with the Syrian army in the countryside of Edlib within what is known as the battle of «al-Fateh al-Mubeen».

Sources of Breaking News Network pointed that about 50 other armed men were killed beside the dangerous leader at the county level.

The army’s operations in Edlib continued as Breaking News Network reporter by destroying rallies of al-Nusra Front militants near the police station of Saraqeb city in Edlib countryside during their meeting, led to the killing and wounding a number of gunmen and destroyed a number of vehicles equipped with machine-guns.

The correspondent added that the army units destroyed three headquarters of the insurgents in the town of Sarja in Jabal al-Zawieh, one of them contains a repository of ammunition, weapons and a miniature plant of improvised explosive devices, which led to the killing and wounding all the gunmen inside.

The reporter said that the targeting process followed by a loud blast rocked the area, as a result of the explosion of the depot and ambulances filled the place and insurgents attempts to recover the bodies of the militants from the rubble.

Saudi Arabia provides heavy weaponry to militants in #Syria

Foto: #Saudi Arabia provides heavy weaponry to militants in #Syria

Saudi Arabia has provided the Takfiri militants operating inside Syria with Russian-made Konkurs anti-tank missiles.

According to the Daily Telegraph, militant sources said they had received the first batch of the heavy weaponry from Saudi Arabia in Aleppo.

The sources said that more arms, including higher-end missiles, would be sent to the militants later.

On June 14, US President Barack Obama ordered his administration to provide the militants with weapons, claiming that the Syrian government had used “chemical weapons” against the militants and thus crossed Washington’s “red line.” Damascus has rejected the allegation as “lies.”

Israeli President Shimon Peres voiced support for Washington’s arming of the Takfiri militants in Syria. Takfiris accuse most Islamic sects of being infidels.

However, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned other states against providing weapons to the militants in Syria, saying that the arms could end up in Europe one day.

The crisis in Syria began in March 2011. Many people, including large numbers of Syrian soldiers and security forces, have been killed in the foreign-sponsored militancy.

Last month, the Syrian president said that militants from as many as 29 different countries were fighting against Syria.

The Syrian government says the West and its regional allies - especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey - are supporting the militants.

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