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Old Oct 22nd 2015, 05:25 PM
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The terrorist groups said on their social media pages that Kafi Fahd and Abu Libia from the so-called "Asifet al-Hazm Battalion" and the leader of "Sayyed al-Shuhadaa Hamzeh Battalion", nicknamed as Abu Hamza, were killed during clashes in the Northern countryside of Lattakia.

Earlier reports said the Russian fighter jets' air raids on the terrorist positions across the coastal province of Lattakia left at least 40 militants dead, including Basel Zimmo (Abu Hamza) a senior commander known as the King of US TOW antitank missiles.

Basel Zimmo is the most senior Western-backed rebel to die since Russia entered the war:


ISIS is now trying to join forces with Nusra:

And Assad is here in Moscow, meeting with Putin:

His army is "making progress" against the terrorists on the ground, with Russian and Iranian help, about damn time, couple million Russian tax dollars going every day into the operation there, better be worth it:

The Syrian army has made significant progress on Thursday in the southern countryside of Aleppo amid a collapse within the ranks of the militants, sources from the ground told Al-Manar Website.

The Syrian military also seized control over the villages of Jouret Aljahash, Rasm al-Sheikh Qiqan, Deir Saliba, and Kafr El-Obeid, while keep advancing toward the Ayyubid village under artillery fire and missile attacks targeting dens and assembly points of the armed terrorists in the area.

Moreover, in the north countryside of Lattakia, fierce clashes erupted between the Syrian army and armed groups on the Red Jobb - Salma axis, as the Russian warplanes were targeting the gunmen's centers and gatherings in the same area, under Syrian artillery bombardment of the targeting the militants' points of deployment in the place.

In Hama, SANA news agency reported that an army unit clashed last night with large numbers of terrorists who attacked a military post in al-Hamra village in the northeastern countryside of the central Hama province.

Field sources reported that the clashes left at least 30 terrorists dead, noting that most of those were foreigners.

Two tanks, a 23 mm cannon, an anti-tank machinegun and 6 vehicles transporting dozens of terrorists were destroyed in the confrontations, the source said.

Another army unit destroyed a bulldozer for terrorists near al-Latamneh town in the northern countryside of Hama province.

In Deir Ezzor, Syrian army units eliminated all the group operatives of the so-called 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' (ISIL) takfiri organization who attempted to infiltrate the surroundings of Deir Ezzor airport.

According to SANA, an army unit expanded its control towards the Ceramic Factory in al-Mrei’iyeh village, 10km east of Deir Ezzor, killing 14 ISIL terrorists and injured others positioned inside the factory, while other terrorists escaped.

The army artillery force targeted ISIS terrorists’ gatherings in the vicinity of al-Seyasiyeh Bridge on the northern entrance of Deir Ezzor city, inflicting heavy losses upon the terrorists in personnel and equipment.

Another army unit targeted a hideout for ISIS terrorist in al-Sena’a neighborhood, resulting in destroying it with all its arms and killing the terrorists who were inside it .

More dens and vehicles for terrorists were destroyed in army airstrikes in al-Mrei’iyeh and al-Jafra.

Syrian army (or a pro government militia, probably, by the looks of them lol) on a Russian BMP armored vehicle

Syrian army advance

Anyway, nice to see the air force doing good over there

No offense to my American friends here, I know your government likes those "rebels", on the off chance our ground forces have to go to battle there, the less "Kings of TOWs" are alive there, the better. I hope, after this, all the "rebels" understand that picking up the munitions dropped by USA means Russian pilots will then be dropping you a present too, only a much less pleasant one
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