The Syrian authorities have discovered dozens of bodies of Syrian servicemen, massacred by militants of the Levant Front in eastern Aleppo.
Militants of the Levant Front, also known as Jabhat al-Shamiyah, massacred Syrian servicemen in Aleppo city, Permanent mission of Syria to the UN reported.
According to a letter to the UN secretary general, after the liberation of the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo, the Syrian authorities found 23 corpses in Muhaddassa school, located in the of Es-Sukkar area of the city.
“The school was used as headquarters of the Levant Front armed group,” or its Dawn of Islam Brigade, which is considered as a “moderate opposition” force by governments of some states.
Twenty of those killed were identified. “They were servicemen of the Syrian Army,” the document reads. Later, other 37 bodies were found, their identification is currently being conducted.
“Most of those killed had their throats cut. Others were shot in the head, with their faces disfigured, some bodies have signs of torture,” the letter notes.
Will remind, in late December 2016, the Syrian military police found dozens of bodies of people, including children, executed by terrorists in al-Sukkari neighborhood of the city of Aleppo.