Syrian Army uncovers massive weapons cache left behind by Daesh in liberated Al-Safa
The Syrian Arab army (SAA) seized a tremendous weapons cache that was once left at the back of through the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) terrorist workforce in the Al-Safa neighborhood of Al-Sweida this week.
In keeping with a army record from Sweida, the Syrian Arab military uncovered the weapons cache while combing by means of the liberated areas in the Al-Safa vicinity on Thursday.
The navy report said that the Syrian Arab army confiscated a massive amount of mortar shells, ammunition boxes, RPG rounds, and anti-tank guided missiles that have been left at the back of within the Al-Safa vicinity.
Under is the quick video that was once launched by way of Hader Al-Aan (var. Hader Now) by way of social media on Thursday:
earlier this week, the Al-Safa vicinity was liberated by way of the Syrian Arab navy after a 3-month lengthy fight with the Daesh terrorist crew.