Syrian Army Pounds, Destroys Terrorists' Bases in Hama | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Syrian Army Pounds, Destroys Terrorists' Bases in Hama

The Syrian army attacked terrorists' bases and positions in response to their offensives from the demilitarized zone on safe regions under the army's control in Northern Hama.
The terrorist groups stationed in the demilitarized zone in Northern Hama targeted the Mahrada city with 40 missiles, leaving heavy damage on the city's power plant and residential areas as well as wounding a number of civilians.

The Syrian army units responded the offensive with heavy missile and artillery attacks, targeting the terrorists' positions and moves South of Mourek town in Northern Hama and a military convoy carrying weapons and military equipment. Several hideouts of the terrorists were destroyed and a number of them were killed in the Syrian Army attacks.

Meantime, the Arabic-language service of the Russian Sputnik news agency reported that Jeish al-Izza terrorists also launched a missile attacked Mahrada City in Northern Hama.

A military source, meantime, pointed to the intensified attacks by terrorists from the demilitarized zone in recent days, and said that Haras ul-Din terrorists, stationed near the Turkish-controlled region in the surrounding areas of Mourek town, attacked residential areas in Souran City with several missiles. This comes as the terrorists' missile attacks have been extended to the towns of al-Mahrouseh, Na'or Shatheh and Tal Bazam in Northern Hama.