Syrian Army Discovers Saudi, Israeli Equipment in Terrorists' Positions in Dara'a Province | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Syrian Army Discovers Saudi, Israeli Equipment in Terrorists' Positions in Dara'a Province

The Syrian Army troops continued cleansing operations in the newly-freed regions in Eastern Dara'a and found a field hospital and a large arms depot with equipment supplied by Israel, Saudi Arabia and certain western countries.
The army men carried out mop-up operations in newly-freed Maliha al-Atash region and along a road to Busra al-Harir, discovering a large field hospital that used to be run by the terrorists.

The army soldiers found a large volume of Israeli and Saudi medicines in the field hospital.

In the meantime, the army's engineering units discovered a large volume of western-made ammunition and arms in a depot of terrorists in the town of Maliha al-Atash.

A field source, meanwhile, pointed to the large volume of arms and ammunitions in the depot, and said it was the terrorists' main warehouse for storing military equipment in the towns of Busra al-Harir, al-Harak, Naheta and other regions in Eastern Dara'a.

In a relevant development but in Damascus province earlier this month, the army men continued cleansing operation in Yalda, Bebeila and Beit Sahm and found a workshop in terrorists' former positions used for making explosive and poisonous materials.

A large volume of powerful explosives made by a Saudi company was found in the workshop, according to the army officers.

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