Four Law Enforcement Personnel Martyred in Homs and Idleb, 2 Officers and a Woman Found Dead, Tens of Terrorists Surrender
Writer/Source: Sana (25/2/2012)
A law enforcement member on Friday was martyred and two others were injured by the gunfire of an armed terrorist group in al-Hamidieh neighborhood in the city of Homs, said SANA reporter.
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Tens of Terrorists Surrender to Authorities in Homs
Meanwhile, tens of members of the armed terrorist groups in Homs surrendered and handed over their weapons to the authorities.
Two Officers and a Woman Found Dead after Having Been Kidnapped by Terrorist Groups in Homs
In another context, SANA reporter revealed that the authorities found the dead bodies of Colonel Midhat Ibrahim and Warrant officer Mohssen Suleiman in al-Qarabees neighborhood in Homs.
The two martyrs were kidnapped on Thursday by an armed terrorist group while passing in the above mentioned neighborhood, said the reporter, noting that the martyrs' bodies bore marks of mutilation.
Citizen Ruqaya Hussein from Talkalakh was also found dead in the same region, added SANA reporter.
He quoted a source in Homs province as saying that Ruqqaya was also kidnapped, along with two of her relatives, on Thursday by a group of gunmen, noting that Ruqaya's two brothers were killed by terrorists three months ago.
Terrorists Killed in Blast of Explosive Device They Were Planting in Idleb
In Idleb province, a number of terrorists were killed when one of the explosive devices they were planting in Filoun town in Idleb countryside went off, said SANA reporter.
He pointed out that the explosive devices were aimed at targeting the citizens and law enforcement forces in the area.
The correspondent said that a number of terrorists were injured in the explosion.
Three Law-Enforcement Personnel Martyred, several terrorists killed or injured in Idleb
Conscript Yahya al-Homsi was martyred by the gunfire of an armed terrorist group during a clash between the terrorists and the authorities in al- Janodyyeh town in Jisr al-Shughour, Idleb.
SANA correspondent in Idleb said that the authorities killed 4 gunmen, wounded another three and confiscated their weapons.
In Idleb city, a law-enforcement personnel was martyred and another one was injured by sniper shots fired by an armed terrorist group.
In Maaret Masrin and al-Mihrab rotaries in Idleb city, the authorities clashed with armed terrorist groups and managed to kill a number of its members and injured others, while Sergeant Hussein Ali Mohammad was martyred in the clashes.
Authorities Arrest Wanted Terrorists, Confiscate Weapons and Ammo in Hama
During their pursuit of armed terrorist groups in the villages of Maarzaf, Kafr el-Toun and Wadi al-Huwa, the authorities confiscated a large amount of automatic weapons, ammunition, mortar and RPG rounds and explosive devices, arresting a number of terrorists wanted for murder, abduction and vandalism.
An official source said that the authorities found two bodies in a farm in al-Shir village in Mhardeh area which was used as the headquarters of an armed terrorist group.
The first body belongs to Abdelaziz Bakr al-Abdullah, 42 years old, and next to him was the ID card of his daughter Rabi'a al-Abdullah, born in 1991. The second body belongs to an unknown male in his sixties.
The source added that the authorities found traces of blood in another farm in al-Shir village, in addition to a stolen government car loaded with drums of mineral oil.
Authorities Dismantle Five Explosives Planted by Terrorists in Daraa and Lattakia
The authorities dismantled five explosive devices planted by armed terrorist groups in Daraa and Lattakia.
In Daraa, the authorities found and dismantled four explosive devices of various sizes and yields rigged to blow placed near the gas pipeline between Azar station and al-Mayadin village.
In Lattakia, the authorities disabled an explosive device concealed in a dumpster at a crossroads in a residential area near al-Darda'a Mosque
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