The Syrian Arab News Agency has released fresh photos of weapons and equipment left behind by terrorists in villages in the province of Quneitra on the Syrian-Israeli border in the Golan Heights.
The large stock of arms, ammunition, vehicles, equipment and medicines, including US and Israeli-made equipment, was reportedly gathered from the Quneitra province villages of Briqua, Beir Ajam and Rasm al-Sanad, and found thanks to cooperation between authorities, reconciliation committees and local residents.
Syrian forces found large quantities of weapons, ammunition and some vehicles in the villages of Al-Bariqah, Bir Ajam and other places alongside the border line with the occupied Syrian Golan. #Quneitra pic.twitter.com/tFFoY3hEaD— Bosni 🇸🇾 🇵🇸 🇾🇪 🇮🇷 (@Bosni94) October 29, 2018
The weapons displayed include US-made Tow missiles, M16 automatic rifles, Toyota Land Cruisers in military configuration, tank shells, missiles, mortar rounds, a reconnaissance drone, jamming devices, communications equipment and night vision binoculars, as well as equipment and tools for surgery.
Sana News,The #Syrian army discovered Large amounts of weapons and Medicine including #US and #Israeli made weapons,left behind by terrorists in the villages of #Quneitra which were liberated from terrorism,also Western Made Ambulances were found #Syria. pic.twitter.com/RRBOZWB66M— Maurice Schleepen (@MauriceSchleepe) October 29, 2018
Syrian army found large quantities of weapons, including Israeli and American weapons, medicines and Western-made cars in the villages of Brega,Ajam and Sanad in #Quneitra countryside. pic.twitter.com/I5v8v7Fv0g— maytham (@maytham956) October 29, 2018
Syrian forces regained control over the provinces of Daraa, Quneitra and Suwayda this past summer, thanks in large part to the Russian Reconciliation Center's diplomatic efforts to persuade militants to put down their arms and either relocate to the militant-held province of Idlib or join the fight against Daesh* and other terrorist groups. Last week, the Syrian military ramped up its operations to mop up Daesh remnants in Suwayda, with the terrorists reported to be surrounded and cut off from freshwater resources.
*A terrorist group outlawed in Russia and many other countries.