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Syrian Army Discovers One Nusra Leader’s Hideout in Aleppo

Syrian Army Discovers One Nusra Leader’s Hideout in Aleppo
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By Staff, Agencies

The Syrian army discovered one of the hideouts of the leader of the Nusra Front terrorist group on the outskirts of the country’s northwestern city of Aleppo.

According to Syrian official news agency SANA, Syrian Army units uncovered the hiding place of Abu Mohammad al-Jolani while patrolling the liberated areas in Aleppo’s countryside.

SANA said the site, located in Anjara area 15 kilometers west of Aleppo city, was one of the lairs that Jolani used to direct terrorist attacks on the city and the villages located in its vicinity.

“The underground hideout consisted of several rooms including operations rooms and living quarters, complete with ventilation, lighting, and multiple entrances and exits,” the news agency said, adding that the hideout also contained vehicles that had been used by the leader and senior members of the terrorist outfit.

In another report on Monday, SANA said that the Syrian army had uncovered a fortified hideout for terrorists dug beneath a mountain near the town of Anjara in addition to a tunnel in al-Layramoun area on the outskirts of Aleppo city.

The fortified hideout contained ammo, grenades, and assorted shells, including mortar rounds, anti-armor and anti-air rockets as well as rocket tripod mounts.