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Map Update: Syrian Army Liberated 4 Villages In Northern Hama Since August 8

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Map Update: Syrian Army Liberated 4 Villages In Northern Hama Since August 8

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Since August 8, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies had liberated the villages of Sakhar, Tal Sakhar, Mushairifa and Jaysat in northwestern Hama from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and other radical militant groups.

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  • Zionism = EVIL

    hahaha you heard it from me as usual kiddies, someone has just blown up the largest ammo dump of the Turkeys next to Idlib and the area has been sealed off with massive casualties…dumbass Turkeys…

    ISTANBUL: A series of explosions rocked an ammunition depot in Turkey’s
    Hatay province, near the Syrian border, early on Friday and nearby homes
    were evacuated but there were reports of casualties, Turkish
    broadcaster NTV said.

    The cause of the blasts, at around 3:30 am (0030 GMT) in Hatay’s
    Reyhanli town, was not immediately clear, NTV said. Emergency services
    had sealed off the area, it said.

    After the explosions fire broke out at some parts of the military
    ammunition depot, located near a football stadium just to the north of
    the border town of Reyhanli, the state-owned Anadolu news agency said.

    The main highway running north from Reyhanli and other nearby roads were closed to traffic after the blasts, NTV said,

    • Mustafa Mehmet

      🖕💩🖕💩🖕💩🖕💩🖕💩🖕💩

      • Zionism = EVIL

        dumbass moronic Turkeys..

        Turkish central bank dismisses chief economist, department managers as the economy crumbles

        ANKARA – Turkey’s central bank has dismissed its chief economist, Hakan Kara, and some department managers, according to a document seen by Reuters, re-igniting concern about political interference in the institution one month after the sacking of its governor and dire straits of the Turkish economy as the cost of its war in Syria hemorrhages an economy plagued by a falling lira and rising unemployment.

        Last September, Governor Cetinkaya raised interest rates by 625 basis points to stem a currency crisis. Rates remained at 24% this year,preventing further losses in Turkey’s lira but helping push the economy into recession.

        He was sacked last month by Erdogan, who said he failed to follow instructions on interest rates and the bank had not properly fulfilled its role as the true cost of its Syrian misadventure begins to bite.

    • Willing Conscience (The Truths

      Someone from the PKK no doubt, they’ve been very quiet lately but this more than makes up for it KABOOM.

  • Zionism = EVIL
  • Rob

    This is a great achievement for Syrian forces.

    • Zionism = EVIL

      The dumbass Turkeys need to get the fuck of out of Syria or they will die in thousands. This is just the beginning. The SAA and its allies are moving closer to the border and the headchoppers are now desperate too.

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    I just realized something, there’s only good news coming out of Syria lately, nothing bad, just good news, I want to get used to this now I’ve had a taste of it.

    • Joaquin

      And actually two days ago there were reports of zionist planes flying over lebanon, but there was no attack. Apart from the good news, I wonder what was the reason

      • Willing Conscience (The Truths

        The Israelis were probably looking for a weak point but couldn’t find one, or perhaps maybe just gathering intel. Or maybe they’re scared of the S-300 systems and just testing the waters before they attack again.
        Here’s an excerpt from one of the enemies news sources,
        …………

        On October 2, Russia announced they had completed the delivery of the S-300. 49 units of “equipment, including radars, control vehicles and four launchers,” were sent, according to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

        New electronic warfare systems were also sent to Syria, including systems designed to control a “near zone” 50 km. from the system and a far zone “200 km.” away that would guard against Israeli attacks, according to a report at Janes.

        Since the deployment of the S-300, there was a hiatus in attacks between October and late December. However, Syrian air defense was on alert, saying that its radars were jammed on November 30. This has led to speculation that Syrian air defense was tested several times between October and December.
        ………
        The new electronic warfare systems may be the reason the Israelis didn’t do anything.