The Syrian Armed Forces have blocked terrorists’ advances in northern Hama province, while terrorist groups have intensified their attacks on military positions there.
On Wednesday, the village of Tayeba al-Imam in the northern part of Hama province was attacked by the Jaish al-Fatah terrorist group. As result, all its residents were massacred.
Meanwhile, terrorists’ advances in northern Hama province were blocked by the Syrian Army, and the town of al-Boyezeh was recaptured by Syrian troops. However, terrorist groups have intensified their attacks on military positions in northern Hama.
Several combat flights over at least seven terrorists’ bases in Hama province were carried out by Syrian fighter jets. As result, terrorists suffered major losses and casualties. Syrian aircraft heavily bombed terrorist groups’ concentration centers in al-Latamina, Morek, al-Masasneh, Halfaiya and Markabeh, North al-Zalaqiyat and the surroundings of Kafr Zita. The air raids killed and wounded scores of terrorists, as well as destroyed their machinegun-equipped vehicles.
At the same time, Syrian soldiers attacked strongholds of the Fatah al-Sham (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) terrorist group in the town of Talaf in southwestern Hama. During the offensive, at least 11 terrorists were killed and their several heavy machineguns-equipped vehicles were destroyed.