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JULY 2020

Syrian Army Uncovers IEDs, Mines And Loads Of Explosives In Western Damascus (Video)


The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) uncovered a depot containing loads of C4 and TNT explosives during a recent search operation around the town of Beit Jinn in the western Damascus countryside, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported on June 12.

“Through our security surveillance, a buried and hidden depot was found in the town of Beit Jinn,” an army officer told the state-run agency.

Besides the explosive materials, the depot contained dozens of improvised-explosive devices (IEDs) as well as anti-tank and anti-personnel mines.

In the last few months, IEDs and mines were used in several attacks on Syrian troops in southern Syria. On June 4, ISIS announced that its cells targeted an SAA vehicle in western Daraa with an IED for the first time ever.

The SAA uncovered many weapons caches in southern Syria over the last few months. The discovery of such caches is essentially for the region’s security.

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  • You can call me Al

    Words fail me, I am disgusted by any Country that backed the terrorist scum, but supplying any arms; including my UK.

    • FlorianGeyer

      This is of course why Social Media and Corporate News Censorship is being increased within NATO nations.

      The ‘explosives’ are coming home to roost :)

      NATO nations are now on the wrong side of history.

  • Sinbad2

    Selling weapons is very profitable and most of the major American weapons companies are owned by private companies. Names such as Blackrock State Street Corporation and Vanguard are very commonly listed as major shareholders in the arms makers.
    It’s easy to see who makes money out of war if you want to see.

    Lockheed Martin

    Northrop Grumman


  • gustavo

    And there must be much much more since Israel-USA-NATO continue with their plan of having Syria now totally destroyed. Unfortunatly, Russia has been and is pleasing Turkey by stopping any ground troop offensive at Idlib (with the so called ceasefire agrimeent). I wonder, why didin’t Russia make any ceasefire agreement with Hitler during WWII ?

    • David Parker

      They did.
      And then Stalin prepared to attack Germany anyway.
      And then Germany launched a preemptive attack – Operation Barbarossa – and began the three year war against the vastly better equipped and numerically superior Red Army. The German soldier made the difference because Wehrmacht equipment was inferior to the Soviets in every way. For example, Soviet infantry had a 45mm cannon that would shoot right through a German Panzer (old Czech tank) but German infantry and even artillery had nothing that could penetrate a Soviet T-34 or KV tank, etc.

    • FlorianGeyer

      If Russia attacks Turkey, NATO are at the gates ready to start WW3.
      Russia and Turkey both have to tread carefully. If Erdogan loses face, he can easily be deposed by the US. Patience is the name of the day and the Foreplay between Turkey and Russia will prolong the relationship.

      The orgasm will come when the terrorists in Idlib have been flushed down the toilet, the Kurds realise that the US/Israel are abusive masters and the Turks are able to claim that they are not whores.