Syrian Military Finds Israeli-Made Landmines, Chemical substances & Munitions In Former ISIS Hideouts

Syrian authorities forces have discovered Israeli-made landmines, poisonous supplies and munitions left behind by ISIS terrorists within the nation’s jap province of Deir ez-Zor.

In line with Syria’s official information company SANA,  the military made the invention within the villages of al-Sayyal and Hassrat along with the city of al-Jalaa as they have been combing the areas of hidden ordnance and unexploded gadgets.

Press TV experiences: This isn’t the primary time that Syrian authorities forces have made such findings from terrorists’ hideouts throughout the war-ravaged Arab nation.

On December 10, 2017, Syrian troops found giant quantities of weapons, numerous kinds of ammunition, explosive gadgets, landmines, communication gadgets, armored automobiles, automobile bombs, and tanks left behind by Daesh terrorists.

A Syrian military commander, talking on situation of anonymity, instructed SANA that the size of the invention is proof of the direct and systematic help offered to Daesh by a variety of regional and trans-regional states.

Syrian army forces additionally found a big cache of Israeli-made weapons within the strategic city of Mayadin, positioned about 44 kilometers southeast of Dayr al-Zawr, on October 19.

The weapons included a number of kinds of heavy, medium and light-weight firearms that beside Israel, got here from some European nations in addition to members of the NATO army alliance.

An unnamed Syrian army supply mentioned authorities troops had additionally discovered mortars, artillery tools, giant portions of anti-armor munitions and a NATO- made 155mm cannon with a variety of as much as 40km (about 25 miles).