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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Syria. Major success of the Mujahideen of Army of Emigrants and Supporters. 2 bases captured in Hama

Sources of website FiSyria.com reported that as a result of the successful military operation, the Mujahideen of Army of Emigrants and Supporters had taken control over two major bases of Assadites in the suburbs of the city of Hama. The Assadites fled after suffering heavy losses in manpower.

The mujahideen seized a large number of trophies, including tanks, BMPs, air defence systems, radars, surface-to-air missiles, artillery, ammunition, light arms, mortars, etc.

All the captured weapons were taken to a safe place.

Up to 1 thousand Mujahideen of the Army of Emigrants and Supporters (AES) under the command of Emir of Northern Direction of the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS), Umar al-Chechen, took part in the operation.

In an interview with FiSyria, Umar al-Chechen said that it was a successful military operation.

According to the command, 19 Mujahideen martyred, Insha'Allah, during the assault on two enemy military bases.

We would like to point out that about 3,000 Mujahideen from CIS countries, Russia, the Caucasus Emirate, the Crimea, Ukraine, Europe, Arab countries, Central Asia, and in fact Syrians themselves are now fighting within the ranks of Jaish Ansar wa Muhajirin, or the Army of Emigrants and Supporters.

The Army of Emigrants and Supporters consists of structured units, which are called sariyats. The sareeyats in turn form "kataibs", or brigades. The largest Caucasus unit within the AES is sariyat "az- Zubayr", commanded by Emir Salahuddin.

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