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New Al-Qaeda-Affiliated Group Deploys Reinforcements In Northern Hama (Photos)

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The al-Fatah Brigades, a newly-founded al-Qaeda-affiliated group in Greater Idlib, have deployed several large units in northern Hama countryside.

Photos released by the terrorist group on July 18 show dozens of militants and several vehicles, some of them armed with heavy machine guns, heading towards the frontlines in northern Hama.

New Al-Qaeda-Affiliated Group Deploys Reinforcements In Northern Hama (Photos)

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New Al-Qaeda-Affiliated Group Deploys Reinforcements In Northern Hama (Photos)

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New Al-Qaeda-Affiliated Group Deploys Reinforcements In Northern Hama (Photos)

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New Al-Qaeda-Affiliated Group Deploys Reinforcements In Northern Hama (Photos)

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New Al-Qaeda-Affiliated Group Deploys Reinforcements In Northern Hama (Photos)

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The al-Fatah Brigades were founded last December by a group of radicals, including Abu Talha al-Hadidi. The infamous terrorist was Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) main military commander in western Aleppo up until June of last year, when he and his fighters defected.

Enab Baladi, a pro-opposition outlet, said that the newly-founded group has around 500 militants only, with little to non medium or heavy weapons.

Last month, a unit of the al-Fatah Brigades had participated in a failed attack on the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions in the town of al-Hwaiz in northwestern Hama.

The deployment of larger units in northern Hama now indicates that the al-Fatah Brigades are rapidly growing, similar to many other terrorist groups in Greater Idlib.

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  • Enrico

    Wow, the CIA Syrian Toyota pick-up dealership is looking a little worn.

  • Pave Way IV

    “…Enab Baladi, a pro-opposition outlet, said that the newly-founded group has around 500 militants only, with little to non medium or heavy weapons.

    Good time to get rid of those naughty cluster bombs, Russia. If you can catch these head-choppers in the open, it shouldn’t take more that two or three RBK-500 AOs to thoroughly shred their asses. Please mark the areas carefully for 2.5RT submunition EOD cleanup when liberated.

    Remember: White Helmets are al Qaeda and are legitimate military targets. Happy hunting.

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    “The al-Fatah Brigades were founded last December by a group of radicals, including Abu Talha al-Hadidi. The infamous terrorist was Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) main military commander in western Aleppo up until June of last year, when he and his fighters defected”.

    They mean when Erdogan reorganized the terrorists to suit his own agenda, all the really bad ones known for their war crimes were left with HTS and Al Nusra, and all the semi respectables ones Erdogan just moved into the Astana supported legal opposition groups.
    And because they’re legal opposition according to Astana agreement, and also fully supported by Turkey, they shouldn’t be cooperating with HTS or Al Nusra in the first place, leave alone cooperating in an attack against the SAA, but just like all the other legal opposition groups [according to the Astana agreement], they attack the SAA as much as the illegal rebel groups do, so I wonder if any of the legal opposition groups that were included in the Astana arrangement HAVEN’T yet actually attacked the SAA, I know through reports most of them have, but maybe one or two of them still haven’t, what a worthless arrangement that Astana agreement was, well worthless for the SAA and Russian but maybe not so worthless for the Turks and their proxy armies.

  • World_Eye

    blow them up to hell on route don’t allow them to reach safe havens.