A violent explosion west of Al-Suqaylabiyah in conjunction with shelling by the jihadi factions on positions of the regime west of Hama • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

A violent explosion west of Al-Suqaylabiyah in conjunction with shelling by the jihadi factions on positions of the regime west of Hama

The jihadi factions targeted positions of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them in the area of Al-Mashari’ in the western countryside of Hama by mortar shells, while unknown explosions were heard near a military area which is taken by the regime forces as their position in the vicinity of Heyalin west of Al-Suqaylabiyah city in the same countryside.

In the same context, the regime forces shelled Ihsim town in Jabal Al-Zawiya by missiles loaded with cluster bombs, they also targeted the villages of Sheikh Mustafa and Rakaya in the southern countryside of Idlib by artillery shells, raising to nearly 130, the number of rocket shells fired by the regime forces since morning.

And the Syrian Observatory monitored hours ago, the helicopters dropping barrel bombs Saturday afternoon on Kabani area in Jabal al-Akrad in the northern countryside of Latakia, but no information about casualties, while it monitored artillery shelling on places in Tremla, Karsa’a, al-Naqir, Kafrsajna, Sheikh Mustafa, and Hazarin in the southern countryside of Idlib, and the Syrian Observatory published hours ago that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the Russian airstrikes on Saturday morning east of Idlib targeted positions of the jihadi organizations “Hurras al-Din and Ansar al-Tawhid” east of al-Blisa village and east of Tal al-Aghar village, about 10 kilometers southwest of Abu al-Duhur crossing in the eastern countryside of Idlib.

And the Syrian Observatory documented casualties as a result of these strikes, where at least 9 of the Jihadis were killed including 6 “of Hurras al-Din” and at least 8 others were injured, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, in addition to information about other casualties.

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