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Militants Shell Civilian Areas In Northern Hama Once Again (Video)


Militants Shell Civilian Areas In Northern Hama Once Again (Video)

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On September 8, unknown militants shelled the civilians areas in the towns of al-Suqaylabiyah and Salhab in the northern Hama countryside with Grad rockets, according to the National Defense Forces (NDF) media center. Local sources said that eight civilians were injured in the shelling, one of whom is in a critical condition.

In response to the attack, the Syria Arab Army (SAA) launched dozens of rockets at militants’ positions inside and around the strategic town of Qalaat al-Madiq in the northwestern Hama countryside. According to Syrian opposition sources, the shelling caused significant material damage.

No group has claimed responsibility for the rocket attack so far. However, Syrian pro-government activists believe that Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and its main ally, Jaysh al-Izza, were behind the shelling.

A day earlier, the militants shelled the Christian town of Mahardah, near al-Suqaylabiyah, with cluster rockets. Nine women and children were reportedly killed as a result of the brutal rocket attack.

Pro-government sources announced earlier that Syrian warplanes began conducting airstrikes on positions of militants in northern Hama and southern Idlib as a part of the final preparations of the SAA to launch a ground attack in the region. However, a ground attack is yet to begin.



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  • casdlan

    O︁o︁o︁o︁a︁uh D︁u︁︁u︁u︁d︁e︁ss ! T︁︁h︁e L︁i︁s︁t w︁it︁h N︁a︁k︁e︁d︁-W︁o︁m︁e︁n︁s f︁ro︁m y︁︁o︁u︁r C︁︁i︁t︁y ︁w︁︁a︁s︁ pu︁︁b︁ll︁i︁s︁h︁e︁d
    H︁e︁r︁e︁e ̩︁︁️︁o︁n : t︁u︁︁4︁︁a︁.︁m︁e︁︁/︁︁p︁h︁o︁︁t︁o︁5︁5︁4︁︁7︁︁0︁0 ❤️

    • ranomaliya9

      LOOL ︁T︁h︁an︁k︁s B︁r︁o︁tha︁!︁! I︁’︁v︁e f︁︁o︁u︁n︁d t︁h︁︁e︁r︁e︁e︁ m︁︁y Te︁︁a︁c︁he︁r N︁︁ak︁e︁d ! H︁aa︁h︁h︁a︁h︁

      • hashihminvm

        ︁H︁a︁a︁h︁h︁a︁h l︁︁u︁ck︁y ︁d︁︁ud︁e

  • gustavo

    The death for these terrorists are very close, just ina very few days.