Syria Security Forces Confiscate Huge Amount of Israeli Weapons and Ammo

In-depth Report:

This morning, the security forces of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) apprehended a vehicle loaded with a large amount of Israeli-manufactured weapons in Syria’s southern As Swaida’a governorate.

According to military sources, the vehicle was heading towards the western countryside of As Swaida’a. However, it failed to reach its destination due to a SAA ambush which was enabled through intel of local residents.

The vehicle was packed with land mines, RPG’s with ammo, B9 cannons, mortars (120mm, 80mm & 60mm) and grenades; all of which had Hebrew inscription which suggested them to have been provided by Israel. The weapons were likely delivered to Free Syrian Army (FSA) factions in the Golan Heights and then driven to as Swaida’a through the Daraa governorate.

RPG with its ammo

B9 Cannon

B9 Cannon

Israeli-made anti individuals land mines

Israeli-made anti individuals land mines


Articles by: Majd Fahd

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