A senior field commander of Ahrar al-Sham was killed in the Syrian fighter jets’ combat flight over the terrorist group’s positions in the Northern part of Idlib province.
Abdel Ghaffar Harb, a notorious leader of Ahrar al-Sham, was killed in the Syrian air attacks in the town of Binish.
In the meantime, the Syrian warplanes targeted an al-Qaeda-affiliated group’s gatherings near Banish, which ended in the killing of 10 militants and wounding of 20 more.
In relevant development in the province last week, the Syrian Army’s artillery units, tipped off by the intelligence agents, opened heavy fire at a secret meeting of al-Nusra Front’s commanders in the militant-held town of Khan Sheikhoun, leaving several terrorists dead and many more wounded.
The Syrian artillery units, deployed to Suran and Ma’an (14 kilometers away from Khan Sheikhoun) shelled the meeting of a number of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front’s field commanders gathered in a former driving school in the Eastern part of the town of Khan Sheikhoun, which claimed the lives of at least 25 terrorists.
Ahmad Naddaf, Khaled al-Bakri and Ibrahim al-Barazi were among the killed terrorists in the attack.