PROVINCES, (SANA)- A unit of the Armed Forces on Thursday clashed with an armed terrorist group which was intimidating the citizens and sabotaging the public and private properties in Zamalka in Damascus Countryside.

An official source told SANA reporter that the clash resulted in the killing of a number of the armed group’s members, among them leader Ibrahim al-Ghoush.

The source pointed out that another unit of the Armed Forces pursued an armed terrorist group in Hajira in al-Sayyeda Zinab in Damascus Countryside which was sabotaging the area.

The operation resulted in the killing of a number of terrorists including non-Syrian persons. Terrorist Jasem al-Khalaf, of Jordanian nationality, was identified among them.

Armed Forces Kill Terrorists and Dismantle Explosive Devices in Deir-Ezzor

The Armed Forces clashed with an armed terrorist group that was carrying out sabotage and theft acts near Bour-Said Street in Deir-Ezzor, killing a number of terrorists.

An official source told SANA that the Armed Forces killed members of another armed terrorist group near al-Modalgi in al-Bou Saraya in the city.

A military engineering unit dismantled many explosive devices that were planted by terrorists near the city cemetery with the aim of blowing them up during the Eid.

Armed Forces Combat Terrorists Trying to Attack 4 Villages in Hama

A unit of the Armed Forces encountered terrorists who tried to attack residents of al-Jeed, al-Aziziyeh and Jisr beit al-Raas villages in al-Ghab area in Hama Province, killing many of them and arresting others.

An official source told SANA that the body of terrorist Abdul-Hay Eleiwi was identified among the dead.

Another army unit clashed with an armed terrorist group that attempted to attack law-enforcement forces near Kherbet al-Masasneh village to the north of Tibet al-Imam village in the countryside of Hama.

A source in the province told SANA reporter that the clash resulted in the killing of a number of terrorists and destroying their car in addition to seizing a number of grenades.

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