In a violation of the new ceasefire agreement, militants stationed in Greater Idlib launched in the afternoon of August 4 a barrage of Grad rockets at the key town of Slanfah in northern Lattakia.
Local sources said that at least six rockets landed in the heart of the heavily populated town. A civilian was reportedly injured as a result.
The al-Qaeda-affiliated “Wa Harid al-Muminin” operations room claimed responsibility for the attack. The operations room falsely claimed that it targeted Russian and Syrian military positions inside Slanfah.
Earlier, Wa Harid al-Muminin said that that two of its militants were killed while foiling a Russian special operation in northwestern Hama.
These provocations by the terrorist organization are likely an attempt to sabotage the new ceasefire agreement, which is already facing many other challenges.
Mujahideen supporter for freedom from dictator
correction,you’re a turkroach erdoganist.
Be a gangster hooligan of Assads Yourself. It seemes You have lost more then an eye.
Syria is only a country in the world where terrorists have made registered nests with the help of Turkey, America, UK, Saudi Arabia etc. Syria is a safe heaven of terrorists.
Copy paste from You again. No, its not.
Syrians are just out of soldiers, ammo and fuel. Thats the ceasfire – as usual.
The terrorists never entered a ceasefire, hence why they are called terrorists.
I wonder just how many different individual rebel factions there are, hundreds, more than hundreds, a few make up this coalition which join with other coalitions or groups, which then join with other coalitions or groups, which then once again join with other coalitions or groups. The point is this, how the hell can so many small groups that have been forced together, ever agree on anything at all, leave alone a ceasefire, someone will always be breaking the ceasefire for some reason or another, so why bother making ceasefire agreements in the first place, it’s pointless.
Another ceasesfire please, for the terrorists to get better weapons from Turkey (NATO member).