BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:30 A.M.) The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) carried out a successful ambush against a truck transporting a large cache of weapons from northern Hama to the province’s eastern countryside on Tuesday night.

According to local reports, the Syrian Arab Army confiscated a large supply of weapons that were destined for the Islamic State’s front-lines near the desert town of Ithriyah on the Al-Raqqa border.

The Syrian Arab Army reportedly captured 49 grad missiles, 100 artillery shells, and a large supply of ammunition from the Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham transport.

Leith Fadel | Al-Masdar News
Leith Fadel | Al-Masdar News
Leith Fadel | Al-Masdar News
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It is still not clear why the Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham transport was heading towards the Islamic State front-lines; however, it is assumed that they were likely going to sell the weapons to this terrorist group.

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  1. Estas armas entran desde Turquía, pregunto: si Erdogan quiere luchar contra ISIS entonces ¿Por qué permite ingreso de estas armas?, ¿por qué no cuida su frontera?… El gobierno Sirio debe expulsar a los mercenarios de Erdogan del norte de Alepo e Idlib.