On June 12, the al-Qaeda-affiliated wa-Harid al-Mu’minin operations room released photos of its recent attack on Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions in northwestern Hama.
The attack, which was launched on June 8, targeted the towns of Tanjarah and Fattirah in the al-Ghab Plains. The army repelled the attack within a few hours with support from the Russian Aerospace Forces.
Wa-Harid al-Mu’minin’s photos show terrorists targeting SAA positions during the attack with machine guns, mortars and rocket-propelled grenades. The photos also show a damaged BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) of the SAA and seven anti-tank mines which were captured in the attack.
According to pro-government sources, eight terrorists were killed in the offensive. A pick-up truck and two motorcycles were also destroyed.
The attack was a serious violation of the March 5 Russian-Turkish agreement on Greater Idlib. The Russian Aerospace Forces responded to the attack by carrying out a series of airstrikes on terrorists’ positions in the region.