The Syrian Army has struck the defense lines of the Fatah al-Sham Front in western Ghouta, killing terrorists and damaging their vehicles and ammunition.
The defense lines of the Fatah al-Sham Front (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in western Ghouta were struck by Syrian army soldiers; as result, the terrorists suffered serious damage and casualties, the Fars news agency reported on Friday.
The gatherings of the Fatah al-Sham in the farms of Khan al-Sheih, al-Dirbakhiyeh and in the surroundings of Beit Jinn farm were targeted by the Syrian army. Terrorists’ ammunition and vehicles were destroyed, and a number of militants were killed.
Also on August 10, during a meeting of the groups’ commanders in eastern Ghouta, an attack, which was carried out by the Qatari-backed Fatah al-Sham Front, wounded a top commander of the terrorist group of Faylaq al-Rahman.
The Fatah al-Sham’s men targeted Abdul Nasser Shamir aka Abu al-Nasr, who was holding the meeting with commanders of the Jeish al-Islam near Douma.
The meeting between the Faylaq al-Rahman and the Jeish al-Islam was held in a hideout in Douma. The groups were going to talk about forming a united front in southern and eastern Damascus.
Douma is a capital of the terrorists who are supported by Saudis.