five citizens killed, three injured due to terrorist attacks in Aleppo, Idleb, Hama and Quneitra

Provinces, SANA-Four people were killed, including a child and two women, due to a terrorist rocket attack on Halab al-Jadida neighborhood in Aleppo city on Sunday.

A source at Aleppo Police Command said in a statement to SANA that the terrorist groups targeted Halab al-Jadida neighborhood with a number of rocket shells.

The source added that the attack claimed the lives of four persons, including a child and two women, injured two others and caused material damage to citizens’ properties.

In Idleb, a citizen was killed and a woman was injured due to a terrorist rocket attack on the terrorist-besieged town of al-Fouaa town in the northern countryside of province.

Local sources at al-Fouaa told SANA that a number of rocket shells were fired on Sunday by terrorist organizations positioned in Binnish city on residential neighborhoods of the town, claiming the life of a citizen, injuring his wife and causing material damage to citizens’ houses and properties.

Terrorists of Jaish al-Fateh fired 25 rocket shells on the residential neighborhoods to the west of Hama city, causing material damage to the citizens’ properties.

A source at Hama Police Command told SANA  that terrorist organizations positioned in the northern countryside of Hama Province fired 25 rocket shells on the citizens’ houses in the western neighborhoods in the city, causing massive material damage to their houses and the public and private properties.

In Quneitra, Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists  targeted with two mortar shells Hadar village in the northern countryside of the province.

SANA reporter said that terrorists of Jabhat al-Nusra organization positioned in Jubata al-Khasahab farms fired two mortar shells on Hadar village in the northern countryside of the province, causing material damage to residents’ properties and houses.

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