WEST CONTINUES TO ENCOURAGE TERRORISM AGAINST THE SYRIAN PEOPLE

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Armed Terrorist Groups Escalate Their Attacks against Civilians and Law-Enforcement Forces in Several Provinces

Recording more breaches of the plan of the UN envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan, the armed terrorist groups continued their terrorist operations against the civilian, the law enforcement forces and the public and private properties.

10 Law Enforcement Personnel Martyred in Blast of 100 kg Explosive Device in Daraa Countryside

Ten law enforcement personnel were martyred in a blast of a 100 kg explosive device in Saham Golan in the gatherings of the displaced in Daraa province.

SANA reporter quoted a source in the province as saying that an armed terrorist group targeted a bus transporting law enforcement personnel with a 100 kg explosive device that was remotely detonated near Heit village in the countryside of Daraa.

5 Law Enforcement Members Martyred in Explosive Device Blast in al-Kark al-Sharqi in Daraa

An armed terrorist group targeted with an explosive device law enforcement personnel in al-Kark al-Sharqi area in Daraa, killing five members.

Law Enforcement Member Martyred in Terrorist Attack on Police Station in Daraa Countryside

On Thursday evening, the law enforcement member Fouad al-Hassan was martyred when a group of armed men attacked with machineguns the police station of Mahajjeh town in the countryside of Daraa. Another Member was injured in the terrorist attack.

A Chief Warrant Officer, a Civilian Martyred by Terrorists in Daraa

Another terrorist group attacked the civilian car of Chief Warrant Officer Munir al-Sha’rani from the Immigration and Passports Department, causing his martyrdom.

Three other persons were injured in the car which was attacked at Kharba crossroad heading from Daraa to Sweida.

A civilian employee at the preliminary school of Jassem village in Daraa, Majid al-Badawi, was killed by the gunfire of terrorists who attacked him while entering the school.

Law Enforcement Member Martyred by Terrorists in Hama Citizens Injured in Explosive Device Blasts

In Hama province, a terrorist sniper on Friday evening shot dead Ibrahim Abdul-Samad Mustafa from the law enforcement forces from above a residential building near al-Bahreh roundabout in the city of Hama.

Three citizens were injured in an explosive device blast in al-Arba’een neighborhood in the city of Hama, while two explosive devices were dismantled in al-Sabouniyeh neighborhood.

Meanwhile, the military engineering units dismantled two explosive devices, weighing between 30 and 40 kg and hidden inside sand bags. A source in the province told SANA reporter that an armed terrorist group placed the two bags in front of an under construction building near al-Shuhada Mosque in al-Sabouniyeh neighborhood.

The source added that another explosive device was detonated near al-Iskan roundabout without injuries being reported.

Three law enforcement personnel were also wounded by the fire of gunmen near al-Falah Mosque in Hama.

SANA correspondent quoted a source at the province as saying that four terrorists riding a Chery car opened fire on the security forces near the mosque injuring three.

The source added that unidentified body was found on the road between Kfarbuhem and Auou towns.

2 Law-Enforcement Personnel Martyred, 17 Wounded in Suicide Car Bombing in Hama

A suicide bomber detonated a booby-trapped car he was driving near a law-enforcement patrol which protecting the road near Maardas bridge in Hama governorate, killing two law-enforcement personnel and injuring 17 others.

A source in Hama told SANA’s correspondent that the terrorist drove his car right into where the law-enforcement forces were stationed and detonated it, causing significant damage to the road, the bridge and nearby private property.

3 Law-enforcement Members Injured by Terrorists’ Gunfire in Hama

3 law-enforcement members were injured by a terrorist group’s gunfire near al-Falah Mosque in Hama. SANA correspondent quoted an official source in the governorate as saying that 4 terrorists in a car shot the law-enforcement members near the mosque, injuring three members.

The source added that the body of an unknown person was found on a road between Kfarbehem and Ayo towns.

A Civilian Martyred, Four Injured in Aleppo

In Aleppo province, the citizen Mustafa Riyad al-Zein was martyred and four others were injured in a blast of an explosive device planted by an armed terrorist group in al-Halwaniyeh roundabout on al-Bab road in Aleppo.

On Thursday evening, an armed terrorist group opened fire at an internet café in Seif al-Dawleh neighborhood A source in the province told SANA reporter that three terrorists targeted the café killing his owner Mohammad Ziyad Basmaji.

Four Civilians Martyred, 15 Wounded Including 7 Law-Enforcement Figures in Al-Bab Area

In Aleppo Countryside, four civilians were martyred and 15 others were wounded including seven law-enforcement figures by the fire of armed men in al-Bab area.

SANA correspondent quoted a well-informed source at the province as saying that terrorist groups opened fire on a rally in al-Bab area casing the martyrdom of Rameh Hajj Othman 30 years old, Abdul-Karim Na’ous 15, Ammar Kamal Najjar 35, and another unidentified person and wounding 15 others, including seven law-enforcement personnel who came to the area to protect citizens.

226 Wanted Men from Hama and Its Countryside Turn Themselves In

226 wanted men from Hama and its countryside on Tuesday turned themselves in and surrendered their weapons to the authorities.

A source in the governorate said that those who turned themselves in and surrendered their weapons were released after verifying that they didn’t commit any acts of violence or murder against citizens.

The wanted men said that they now intend to return to their daily lives and rejoin society, pledging not to bear arms again and resort to vandalism or anything that may undermine the country’s security and safety.

H. Said / Ghossoun / H. Sabbagh
SANA


Syria and the UN have agreed on rules governing an advance team of international monitors. Observers will support a cessation of violence as sporadic clashes between regime forces and rebels continue despite a ceasefire. RT’s Oksana Boyko was forced to flee the city of Daraa in the south-west of the country because of intensified shooting.