The Takfiri militants confirmed the death of the military commander of Jeish Al-Islam terrorist group in the Syrian province of Idlib.
The terrorists said the military commander was killed after fighter jets bombed headquarters of the terrorist group in Idlib.
On Tuesday, fighter jets struck the concentration centers and key positions of the al-Nusra Front terrorist groups in Hama and Idlib provinces.
The strongholds of the al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front in Hama’s Karf Zita and Idlib’s Kahn Sheikhoun were bombed by warplanes on Tuesday.
Sources said earlier on Tuesday that the Syrian Army and the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters are resolved to end the several-month-long siege on Fou’aa and Kafraya as they have deployed forces just 17 km away from the two besieged towns.
The sources said that an ultimate goal for the army and Hezbollah is to capture the territory leading to Kafraya and Al-Fou’aa; and by doing so, they will no longer be at the mercy of the terrorist groups that use these two towns to threaten the pro-government forces with an attack on the civilian populous.
As of now, Hezbollah and their allies are approximately 17km away from Al-Fou’aa and only 11km from the militant stronghold of Taftanaz; if the aforementioned town is captured, the terrorist groups will be in serious trouble.
Also sources said on Tuesday that the airstrikes hit strategic positions of the Takfiri militants in Hama province.
Fighter jets pounded terrorists’ positions in the towns of al-Lataminah and Morek in Hama.
Tens of Takfiri terrorists were reportedly killed in the air attacks.