Jihadists retreat leaving bodies behind in Syria

The Syrian Army has captured the village of Al-Bahsa in the Hama province, according to Russia Today.

An RT crew went to witness the trail of destruction left behind by the militants over their two-month reign of terror.

The village was under control of the Al-Nusra Front, a group affiliated with Al-Qaeda. They retreated on Friday as the Syrian government forces, supported from the air by Russian warplanes, went on the offensive.

Dozens of bodies, many of them with their hands tied and apparently killed execution-style, were discovered by the advancing troops in Al-Bahsa. RT’s Murad Gazdiev and his crew went to the scene to witness the horrors as the battles continued mere kilometers away. RT