Russian, Syrian air force unleash massive wave of airstrikes targeting militants across northern Syria
The Russian and Syrian air force have unleashed a massive wave of airstrikes targeting Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and allies positions and movements across northern Syria.
More than 30 airstrikes have reported so far which targeted jihadist rebels across Idlib, Hama and Aleppo provinces.
According to sources, the airstrikes targeted reinforcements convoy, weapons, ammo depots as well as Headquarters for Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and National Liberation Front rebel group in western Aleppo and southern Idlib countrysides.
The airstrikes hit so far Base 46, Ikarda area in western Aleppo and Kafr Sajnah, Kafr Auwyd, Tramla, Kafr Nabl, al-Naqeer, Khan Shaykhoun and Maart Mater in southern Idlib.
Two days ago, the Syrian air force managed in a successful airstrikes to kill key commanders in Hayat Tahrir al-Sham including their Sharia law chief after targeting a HQ base for HTS in al-Arabeen mountain region in Idlib province.
At the same time, opposition media outlets continue to publish names of key military commanders that were killed by airstrikes and shelling in northern Syria including Ahmad Bakkour (picture below) who was a military commander in National Liberation Front.
A field source told Muraselon News that jihadist rebels tend to mourn death of commanders saying they are killed at the front-lines when in facts, many were killed by airstrikes inside their fortified bases far away from the front-lines.