The frontline in southeastern Idlib has stabilized after several days of an intense fighting between the Syrian Army and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra). Despite this the situation in the area remains tense and both sides are preparing for further military actions.
When will the next SAA offensive happen? I understand, after the Khan Shaykoun offensive, they needed a break, but 3 months are enough to rest and prepare for the next offensive. I remember starting following the syrian conflict on this site at the beginning of 2017 and since then I followed almost all news about Syria. I remember how the SAA liberated Deir Hafer and the Jirah airbase in eastern Aleppo. This was oen of the first news about Syria on this site I read. Afterwards the operation in the desert, Beit Jinn, Abu al Duhur, where the SAA liberated 1/3 of Idlib and I’m sure they would’ve liberated all of Idlib without the stupid Russian turkish agreement. Then Eastern Ghouta, Dumair, Eastern Qalamoun, Southern Damascus, Rastan, Daraa, Northwestern Hama and then the august offensive. Man this was so beautiful to see the map getting more and more red. I miss those days. I hope all of us are gonna see this happening with Idlib very soon. Just imagine the syrian map with Idlib being red. Afterwards the SAA has to focus on the isis cells in the desert and At-Tanf, which should be first liberated, because Isis in the desert without the us supplies will be helpless.
syrialiveuamaps shows the SAA have just recaptured a military base near Umm al Tinah, here we go again, the SNA/terrorists take and inch from the SAA, and the SAA retake a mile from the SNA, hopefully this is just the start of a major operation.