On July 12, the Abkhazian Network News Agency (ANNA) released several photos revealing the heavy losses Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and its allies sustained in the recent northern Hama clashes.
The photos show that the terrorist group lost at least four battle tanks and five pick-up trucks, some of them were up-armored.
HTS’ losses were not limited to equipment. A new report by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said that the terrorist group and its allies lost at least 39 fighters and commanders in northern Hama over the last two days.
A coalition of HTS, Turkish-backed groups and al-Qaeda-affiliated factions captured the town of al-Hamameyat and its hill in northern Hama on July 10. However, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched a counter attack a day later only and recaptured both the town and the hill.
Despite suffering from such heavy losses, HTS and its allies will not likely stop their attacks around Greater Idlib. The upcoming few days may witness even bigger attacks by the terrorist group, if the SAA does not resume its advance in the region.