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Fierce Clashes Between Army And Militants Continue In Northern Hama (Map Update)

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Clashes between the Syrian Army and joint militant forces led by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra) continued in northern Hama on June 9. The villages of Jalma and Tal Malah remaind the main area of clashes. MORE HERE

Fierce Clashes Between Army And Militants Continue In Northern Hama (Map Update)

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  • Rob

    SAA and their allies Russia, Lebanon, Iran and Palestine will definitely win because they are united and fight for a cause to stop US, NATO and Israel expansion in the region.

    The US, NATO and Israeli forces have also fed up from life long war.

    • Communist schmuck still on your mother’s teat are you?

    • Jonathan Miller

      Remember how the Marines got started? 50 Marines with their Leathernecks, swords, and rifles killed 800 Musselmen…

      Good Times.

      We have hundreds of thousands of men just like them, now… Why not get you some of that? You know between goat and dancing boy-mounting…

  • Zionism = EVIL

    The SAA should focus on taking Khan Sheikhun and cutting off the Turkeys, north-south axis road. They are barely 10 kms from it. Also run a pincer through Tal Sokayk. The terrain is hilly and ideal for hunting Turkeys with small hunter killer ATGM teams. The Turkeys have barely 300 men in the region and about 1,500 head chopper proxies.

    • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

      they also need to take tal sakher hill, its important i read

  • Castile

    Like Lybia and Iraq, Yemen is not much of a country, but a ‘lose federation of warring tribes’. Like Lybia and Iraq, Yemen has returned to the thousands of years long war among tribal factions bidding for power. Saudis would be fools if they don’t follow to a ‘t’ Iran’s military buildup, to include nuclear.
    It’s hard to think of a scenario that can avoid a Pan-Arabic war, which may even drag Israel and Turkey into it, within the next decade.