BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:20 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) recently uncovered a large weapons cache while combing through the formerly rebel-occupied areas of the Al-Quneitra Governorate.

According to a military source in Damascus, the Syrian Arab Army was able to uncover the weapons cache after local residents informed them of the location of said warehouse.

SANA’s reporter in Quneitra said that the security forces, in cooperation with reconciliation committees and locals, uncovered large amounts of weapons, including Israeli and US supplied missiles in the villages of Briqa, Beir Ajam and Rasm al-Sanad.

Furthermore, a large quantity of communication devices, reconnaissance drones, US-made TOW missiles, and various weapons and ammunition, including missiles, tank shells, mortar rounds, anti-tank shells, explosives detectors, jamming devices, and night vision binoculars were also among the seized items.

The Syrian Arab Army has been uncovering several warehouses filled with weapons that were left behind by the jihadist rebels in the Al-Quneitra and Dara’a provinces.

Below are a number of photos released by SANA from the weapons cache:

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Photo credit: SANA
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Floriangeyer
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Floriangeyer
2018-10-30 01:50

The Syrian government is grateful to the all US Taxpayers who have generously donated millions of US dollars to arm the Syrian Army and allies in their epic struggle against the US Coalition of Terror 🙂

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Stern Daler
2018-10-30 02:31
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Truly generous. LOL.

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abe
2018-10-30 07:26
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There will be more.

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Peter Wallace
2018-10-30 08:34
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Very kind of them and here everyone was saying they were a.. holes.. but deep down very kind and generous.. Money well spent and paid for by Israel / Saudi Arabia ?? thank you..

Max Hermansen
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2018-11-02 13:16

I don’t see any TOW-missiles in these pictures. And no other missiles.
And a few M-16s doesn’t prove anything.
Isn’t this just another propaganda stunt from someone at war?