Infighting leaves 29 Takfiris dead in northern Syria

Nearly 30 Takfiri militants have been killed in internecine clashes between ISIL terrorists and al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front and other militants over the control of a village in Syria’s northwestern province of Aleppo.
Nusra Front militants and allied forces on board ten tanks and armored vehicles stormed the village of al-Bal, which lies north of the provincial capital of Aleppo, late on Friday, and took control of the area following heavy exchanges of fire, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

It added that 14 Nusra Front militants, including a senior commander, and 15 ISIL extremists were killed in the infighting.
The Britain-based group said that Nusra Front militants seized a tank as well as a considerable amount of ammunition following the skirmishes. They also executed several ISIL members.
In a separate development, Syrian jet fighters launched a series of aerial strikes against the strongholds of foreign-sponsored militants across the country, killing and injuring a number of Takfiris and injuring many more.
Syrian military aircraft pounded a terrorist hideout in the town of Umm Walad in Syria’s southwestern province of Dara’a on Saturday. An unspecified number of militants were killed in the attacks.
Similar aerial attacks were also carried out against ISIL positions in the village of al-Mrai’ayia of the eastern Deir al-Zor Province.
Moreover, units of Syrian government forces conducted ground operations against foreign-backed Takfiris on the outskirts of the capital, Damascus, and elsewhere in the country, killing and wounding many extremists.
Syrian troops stormed a terrorist hideout in Jobar area, located about two kilometers (1.2 miles) northeast of Damascus. A large amount of weapons and munitions was destroyed the operation.
Intense clashes also erupted between Syrian soldiers and Nusra Front militants in al-Khazrajiya Village in the southwestern suburb of the capital. The Syrian army killed a number of militants in the fighting.
Syria has been grappling with a deadly crisis since March 2011. Western powers and some of their regional allies – especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey – are supporting the militants. The conflict has reportedly left more than 230,000 people, including almost 11,500 children, dead up until now.

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