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Syrian Army Repelled Large Militant Attack In Northwestern Hama (Map Update)

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On June 18 morning, members of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and Turkish-backed militant groups launched an assault on several positions of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in northern Hama.

The so-called “moderate opposition” reportedly used two suicide vehicle borne improvised explosive devices (SVBIEDs). One exploded near SAA positions in Jalamah. Another one was eliminated.

By the afternoon, the SAA has repelled most of militant attacks. Nonetheless, sporadic clashes are still ongoing in the area.

Syrian Army Repelled Large Militant Attack In Northwestern Hama (Map Update)

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  • xTheWarrior22

    The SAA should advance on Tel Sakhar from the west and from Hamamiat from the south. Then they should storm Abedin and Hobeit. Simultaneously they should overrun the terrorists in the atashan, Tamanah, Kuwein area towards the eastern outskirts of Khan Shaykhun, because militant fortifications could be weakly expanded there. And make sure to capture Tal Suwan to monitor possible reinforcements from the Morek area. Advance from Abedin to Kuwein parallel to create a buffer zone north of Khan Shayhun, then pocket Khan Shaykun and storm it. When a northern Hama pocket is created, bomb it to hell, pressure Turkey to quickly abandon all observation posts in the Idlib zoo, and then you can liberate northern Hama. I know this could be a very violent and brutal battle, but when these terrorists start losing a big area, their defenses quickly start collapsing, and also make sure that Turkey won’t send any more weapons to its animals in the rest of the zoo.

    • Valery Grigoryev

      It’s necessary to have bollocks for that. While they haven’t.

    • Xoli Xoli

      Russia needs people like you to upgrade its coordinates.

      • xTheWarrior22

        Thank U

    • Shawn

      I disagree, I believe encirclement is the best option to cripple the militants morale. The SAA should feint & pretend to withdraw in the south east corner. Allow rebels to advance up to Kafr Hud. then simultaneously launch a two pronged offensive. Take Kafr Zita & Lataminah & connect in the middle, After the terrorists are encircled, mow them down, Another option is for the SAA to draw the rebel into the west & then launch a massive offensive from the east & atleast take a portion of the main highway. Just my thoughts.

  • Rafik Chauhan

    SAA has to launch attach towards Aideen and Hobiet and round them up. also they start offensive near latemah and kafr zeta or start advance on Huwayz area/Qasabiya. SAA should not waste time on Kabani. open another front from Abudhr area to capture Saraqib. with this Terriost will divrt all resource towards east . if they see Saraqib is in danger.

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    excellent job SAA, keep wasting the rats

  • straw walker

    I believe the turning point of the war is if the rebel forces can push towards Latakia, and get within range to launch surface to surface missiles into the Russian airbase, it will be an end game for Assad’s forces.

    • Mike

      Your an idiot they can’t even break out of their Idlib zone and they have no air-force or heavy artillery and the Turks aren’t going to back these morons that much beyond the status quo at most. Again keep dreaming salafist idiot.

      • straw walker

        Assad is not Syria
        The people of Syria that live, work ,raise a family are what represents and equates to Syrian life and values.
        Al Salam to all those that continue in the struggle against tyranny.
        May our God open his arms and receive all those that are martyred

  • Xoli Xoli

    Just attack Illegal Turkey observation post for terrorists information.