Syrian Army Neutralized Militants Who Attempted To Launch Attack In Northern Hama

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Syrian Army Neutralized Militants Who Attempted To Launch Attack In Northern Hama

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On November 3, the Syrian Army (SAA) detected and targeted a group of militants, which had been preparing to attack some of its positions in the northern Hama countrywide, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA). As a result, several militants were reportedly killed and injured.

“A unit of the army detected a group of terrorists from Jaysh al-Izza while they were trying to sneak from the southeastern part of the town of al-Lataminah towards military positions around the town … the group was targeted with suitable weapons,” the SANA’s reporter in Hama said.

Jaysh al-Izza, which was backed by U.S., is considered one of the closest allies of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS). On November 1, the radical group launched an attack in the southeastern Idlib countryside, during which three Syrian soldiers were killed.

A day earlier, a Syrian source said that the SAA will launch a military operation in northwestern Syria, if the militants there continue to violate the Russian-Turkish deconfliction agreement.

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  • Potato Potato

    GOOD JOB SAA!!! 😃😃😃👍👍👍

  • Icarus Tanović

    Day just started with great news!

  • Feudalism Victory

    The saa should unexpectedly blitz the demilitarized zone. Fortune favors the bold. Dont even tell the russians till the day of if secrecy can be maintained.

    • jorge

      Hummmm, the russians are assisting the syrian general staff, I think, so, if I’m right, it will be an syrian-russian blitz, and not unexpected, why you think Erdogan is turning his eyes to East Euphrates, instead of being worried with the inplementation of the demilitarized zone in Idlib?

    • Mustafa Mehmet

      but s💩a need help from Russia.saa can do nothing with out Russia.