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Syrian Army Breaks Militants’ Defense In New Push In Northwestern Hama (Map)

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Syrian Army Breaks Militants' Defense In New Push In Northwestern Hama (Map)

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On August 7, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the Tiger Forces resumed active military operations against Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra) and other militant groups in northwestern Hama.

Since the start of the morning, SAA and Tiger Forces units have liberated the villages of Arbeen and Zakah and are now reportedly advancing towards the town of Kafr Zitah.


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  1. Willing Conscience (The Truths says:

    God I love these ceasefires now, and I love them because they always end the same way, the SAA takes a pause for a few hours or days, and then they resume bombing the targeted area into absolute oblivion, and when the terrorists are all dead or mostly dead, they quickly come in and occupying anything that’s left afterwards, which usually isn’t much at all but that besides the point, they’re still regaining bit’s of Syria inch by inch which is the most important thing. And despite those 2 Turkish OB posts being stuck right in the way of strategic SAA advances, the SAA have still managed to regain control of well over more than half of the Northern Hama territory they’d lost to the rebels originally.
    I noticed Russia’s back on board too now, but in reality they were the only party that abided by the ceasefire, because neither the rebels or the SAA did, they were still taking potshots at each other probably just minutes after the new decree was released.
    Ceasefire, what ceasefire, LOL.

  2. Rob says:

    Well done Syria. Comb the area. Please don’t stop. SAA should not look to allies that they will liberate Syria for them from US, UK and other global terrorists. US and UK support terrorists in Syria as they support terrorists in Ukraine and in Palestine.

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