10 October 2016 - 21:14
News ID: 424205
Rasa - Military sources said that Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) has dispatched its wounded members to Israeli and Jordanian Hospitals via Syria's Southern borders.
Terrorists in Israeli hospitals

RNA - "Syrian army troops fended off Fatah al-Sham's offensives in the Eastern side of Ibta'a town in Northern Dara'a, leaving scores of militants dead or wounded," the sources said, adding, "Fatah al-Sham that faced a large number of wounded members, decided to send them to nearby field-hospitals and Israeli and Jordanian medical centers."


On Sunday, the Syrian Army opened heavy fire at artillery and mortar sites of Fatah al-Sham Front in Northeastern Dara'a, inflicting major damage on the terrorists' military grid and infrastructure.


Fatah al-Sham's artillery and mortar positions in Ghariyeh al-Gharbiyeh came under heavy attack by the Syrian army troops on Sunday.


Reports said the terrorists sustained several casualties and vast damage in their military hardware.


Last month, over eighty wounded fighters of Fatah al-Sham Front were transferred from Quneitra battlefields to Israeli hospitals in the occupied Golan Heights.


Syrian Army troops repelled Fatah al-Sham's offensives on government positions in Tal al-Ahmar, leaving tens of terrorists dead and over 80 wounded.


The wounded members of Fatah al-Sham were dispatched to Israeli hospitals to be treated there.


Jeish al-Fatah terrorists were backed by the Israeli army's artillery units.


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