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Government Forces Advance On Habit Amid Clashes North Of Kafr Nabudah (Map)

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Government Forces Advance On Habit Amid Clashes North Of Kafr Nabudah (Map)

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Following the successful attack of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) on the town of Kafr Nabudah, SAA units continued developing their advance in northwestern Hama. According to pro-government sources, the SAA has secured Kafr Nabudah and psuhed towrds the nearby village of Habit. According to local sources, clashes are now ongoing east of it.

At the same time, the sitaution in Kafr Nabudah remained complicated. Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and its allies did not abandon their attempts to recapture the key position from the SAA. Militants even used at least one suicide vehicle borne improvised explosive device, but it exploded before reaching the SAA positions.

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  • jorge
    • You can call me Al

      Help me out here please; what is the dotted white line in the map image ?.

      • province/governorate, like Hama and idlib

        • You can call me Al

          Thanks.

      • jorge

        Like Bio wrote, they are already (again) in Idlib, departing from Hama. now only is missing Aleppo for a general offensive. I Think they are going to clean the Al Ghab Plain by two sides (North Latakia and North Hama), among other things.

        • You can call me Al

          I also think that, enough is enough.

          • jorge

            Enough of military preparations for a wonderful offensive (taking care of zios, turks and yankees with their yankee aircrafts carreers). Check mate!

          • PZIVJ

            I expect hill Tal Sakhar has all ready fallen (because the news may be delayed).
            Could be the offensive bulge can go east or north west for the flanking of Jihadist trash. Hmm, let’s keep them guessing. ( I would go east ) :))

      • goingbrokes

        The white dotted line is the border of Idlib and Hama Governorates (as they were before the war).

        • You can call me Al

          Thank you, cheers.

  • Lupus

    Whahaha another retard in a vbied exploding in empty space.

    • jorge

      RIP.

      • PZIVJ

        Rest In Pieces ?

  • Marvin Joel Zavala López

    Old same tactic from the beggining of the war doesn’t work anymore

  • iosongasingsing

    the ISIS monkeys without the command of the Mossad type Al Bagdadi – Simon Elliot in Iraq or Abu Hafs ’- Benjamin Efraim in Libya, only in total panic and do not realize another tactic that fakes blow up.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c75b54b70b61d144545a9e439599db6e1ec60c6a7c7c95ae54b053a945d299da.jpg

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    great work SAA, keep killing the rats, you are much stronger and smarter than them!!!

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    Is it just my imagination or is the SAA actually starting to build up some momentum.
    Northern Hama is finally turning red on the maps and it looks way better now, just a bit more and it’ll be perfect, then it’s possibly on to Latakia, because it looks like HTS is already receiving some much needed SAA attention there too.
    With all the Russian bombing there must be a lot of rats trapped in their tunnels, the ones that escape to the surface will hopefully be mopped up by the waiting SAA, and the rest can just suffocate slowly, I think it’s going to be another cake walk for the SAA.
    C’mon rebels, keep sending those drones and rockets, the Russians love them and so do I, they’re working miracles in Idlib right now, who would have thought I’d actually want the rebels to attack the Russians airbase with their drones and rockets, they used to look so sinister but now they seem to fly with angel wings as they head in Russia’s direction.
    But I don’t want any of the rebel rockets to get through the Russian’s defenses though, just keep them riled up and angry, I like seeing the Russian’s riled up and angry.
    Beautiful angel drones and rockets, that’s what they are, they may have been the spawn of demons but they’ve miracuously been changed into something completely different now, now they’ve become catalysts for hope.

    • Jens Holm

      Fine with some optimisme, but if You try to compare with Hajin-Baguz, You would see that those hidden under ground was very well digged, mobile and was doing very hard counter attacks as well.

      The area also was filled with mines and traps.