Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Syrian Army Destroys Several Posts of Al Qaeda in Idlib and Hama

The Syrian Arab Army shelled with precision artillery several posts of the NATO-sponsored al Qaeda terrorists in the countryside of Idlib and Hama provinces in northwest Syria in response to an escalation of terrorist attacks against the villages in the region.

The SAA artillery shelled the NATO Turkey-sponsored Al Qaeda dens in several cities across the connecting Idlib and Hama countryside inflicting numerous casualties among the terrorists and destroying their infrastructure.

In addition to the SAA artillery, the Syrian Air Force and the Russian Air Force carried out coordinated bombings against the NATO anti-Islamic Muslim Brotherhood al Qaeda terrorists in the region.

Over the past week, the different proxies of NATO, the 'defensive' alliance escalated their attacks on the Syrian people across the country, Israel bombed the outskirts of Damascus, al Qaeda attacked the towns and villages in the northwestern Syrian provinces of Idlib, Hama, and Latakia, ISIS continued its terrorist attacks in the open Syrian desert, and the US Army along with its Kurdish SDF separatists continued stealing Syrian oil and kidnapping young men in the northeastern Syrian provinces of Hasakah, Deir Ezzor, and Raqqa.

NATO's escalation comes after losing ground, geopolitically and militarily in the open wars the 'defensive' alliance has waged all over the world with the only success it had in the high number of civilian casualties and damage to the infrastructure in the targeted countries.

Syria, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine, Libya, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Central Africa, and Southeast Asia.

More in this report: Syrian Army Destroys NATO’s Al Qaeda Dens in Idlib and Hama.

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