Syrian Army Pushes Towards Abu Dali, Liberates Another Town – Reports


Syrian Army Pushes Towards Abu Dali, Liberates Another Town - Reports


On December 12, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the National Defense Forces (NDF) continued their operation against Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) in northeastern Hama, according to pro-government sources.

The SAA and the NDF advanced on the town of Zahraa and liberated it and the nearby height from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham. The mid-term goal of the advance is the village of Abu Dali, which is considered one of the  key points needed to government forces if they are going to develop momentum further into the militant-held province of Idlib.

On December 10, government troops liberated Zafaria, Tell Boulus, Umm Turaykiyah, Rujm al-Ahmar, Shutayb, Mushayrifah and al-Hawiyah from the militants.



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  • Enkidu

    Not very smart to have a colourful flag next to your artillery positions :^)

    • Gregory Louis

      Well arty isn’t anywhere near the frontlines dude….and given the terrain their perfectly fine mate

    • PZIVJ

      This terrain looks like N Latakia near the Turkish/Idlib border.
      The flag is probably put up for just a few minutes for a nice photo op. :)

  • Rob

    It is justified to kick out all Israhell from whole Middle East. Middle East is not Israhelli fake Jewish area.