Terrorists Attack Hama’s Residential Areas with Banned Turkish Weapons

Terrorists launched an attack on the civilian population in Northern Hama, using banned Turkish weapons.

The terrorists of Jeish al-Izzah targeted civilian neighborhoods in Mahradeh city in Northern Hama from al-Latamanieh with Turkey-made cluster bombs, killing and injuring at least 39 civilians, including a number of women and children, battlefield sources said.

The sources said that Turkey has equipped the terrorist groups in Northern Syria with banned weapons such as cluster bombs.

The Syrian army also retaliated by pounding terrorists’ positions in Kafar Zita, al-Latamanieh, al-Zuka Hasraya, al-Arbaeen, Mourek, Latmin and Hayalin in Northern Hama with heavy missile and artillery attacks.

The Syrian troops managed to inflict heavy losses and casualties on terrorists in their attacks.

The news comes as Ankara is duty-bound to monitor and prevent terrorists’ movements in accordance with Astana agreement.

Meantime, the Syrian army has been pounding the military positions and moves of the terrorists in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib as a prelude to its impending massive military operations in Idlib.

The Damascus Army forces on Friday hit hard the command centers of Al-Nusra Front and other terrorist groups in al-Latamineh 8 kilometers East of Khan Sheikhoun and the village of al-Tah North of Khan Sheikhoun in Southern Idlib.

The Syrian Army also pounded the terrorists’ training centers in Tal Aas village in Southern Idlib.

Meantime, other Syrian army units hit the terrorists’ positions in the outskirts of Kafar Zita town in the Northern countryside of Hama province, destroying terrorists’ field hospital in the region.


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