Victory at Jisr al-Shughour hospital stresses the army’s will is unbreakable
Colonel Mahmoud Sabha, the commander of a group of Syrian Arab Army soldiers who were in Jisr al-Shughour Hospital, recounted the details of the operation that led to breaking the terrorists’ 28-day siege of the hospital in an interview with SANA.
The terrorists, he said, left no stone unturned in their attempts to reach and destroy the hospital’s building with the soldiers inside it.
Col. Sabha said these attempts included car bombs sometimes and direct assaults with large numbers of “frenzied terrorists” in other times, “but all to no avail as the heroes in the hospital stood fast and fought tooth and nail to defend it.”
When the terrorists failed to break into the hospital, the Colonel said, they intended to dig tunnels beneath it so as to blow it up completely.
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