Syrian Army Repelled New HTS Attack In Northern Hama Countryside

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On Friday, Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and its allies from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) launched a new attack against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the northern Hama countryside. HTS captured Musheirifa Qubliah and Umm Turaykiyah villages at the beginning of its attack.

Furthermore, HTS besieged the local National Defense Forces (NDF) in Abu Dali village north of Musheirifa Qubliah village. Syrian opposition sources reported that HTS carried out VBIEDs attacks against positions of the SAA during its current offensive.

HTS shells SAA positions:

Syrian Army Repelled New HTS Attack In Northern Hama Countryside

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Syrian Army Repelled New HTS Attack In Northern Hama Countryside

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However, Syrian pro-government forces confirmed that the SAA and NDF recaptured Umm Turaykiyah villages. Abu Dali village is still under the control of the local NDF that recaptured all the lost points around the village.

Meanwhile, the HTS-linked news agency Iba’a reported that Russian warplanes conducted airstrikes on Khan Shaykhun town and al Hilba village in the southern Idlib countryside.

Alleged photos of the airstrikes impact:

Syrian Army Repelled New HTS Attack In Northern Hama Countryside

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Syrian Army Repelled New HTS Attack In Northern Hama Countryside

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Opposition sources reported previously that many reconciliation negotiations between the Syrian Government and FSA groups took place in Abu Dali village. This maybe the reason why HTS decided to attack the village as a part of its effort to sabotage any peaceful agreements.

The SAA will likely break the HTS siege on Abu Dali village within hours. However, the HTS attack will likely continue. HTS may even open new fronts in Aleppo or even Daraa governorate to make up for its fail.

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  • Gabriel Hollows

    They are literally being assaulted from all fronts. How come these terrorists never run out of reinforcements?

    • Lilian Turin

      not only that, how can they count on a endless supply of weapons given that Trump dumped the “moderates”, Turkey closed the borders some time ago or at least stopped re-supply the moderates and IDLIB is virtually isolated?

      • Gabriel Hollows

        Yours is easy, the CIA simply started supplying them directly, and not only that but launching attacks from US and SDF-controlled territory, which is why Russia is calling them out now.

        But there somehow seems to be an endless supply of fanatical muslims willing to join ISIS. They’re losing so much territory and men, yet you couldn’t tell considering the scale and frequency of these counter-attacks. Where do these people even come from? ‘Refugees’ from central asia indoctrinated in Saudi-run European mosques?

        • “Where do these people even come from? ‘Refugees’ from central asia indoctrinated in Saudi-run European mosques?”

          I thought Qatar was the primary funder of mosques in European countries?

          • Gabriel Hollows

            I’ve only read about Saudi-built and run mosques spreading the wahabbi cult to the rapefugees in europe. But you could be right considering Qatar is little more than a Saudi vassal-state at this point.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Qatar isn’t the only one funding them as they also have a huge Saudi and UAE and Kuwaiti groups also as the backers. The Media always misrepresents facts Qatar pays for some social service programs and Saudi ,UAE,Kuwaiti and Pakistan and Indonesia also funds them. You will also note local government and federal governments getting involved so much separation of church and state.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            paki does not support these anti assad hordes

          • Bob

            Saudi Arabia is the real source of money – they hyper-fund mosques and madrases from Pakistan to Bosnia.

        • Thegr8rambino

          i wonder if SAA has gotten anything out of the ones they captured, where they said they were from?

    • Tudor Miron

      Israel is a reliable sourse to resupply goyims killing goyims in the name of current “mullah interpreted forms” (disforms one should say) of Islam which is far away from pure Koranic islam https://youtu.be/M6HqVDEXKxg Many current forms of Islam became the same thing that Christianity (Should we call it Pavlianity?) became – an export version (for goyim use) of talmudic jeudaism.
      6th priority of conceptual governing (instruments of war) are more visible to us, and even have andvantage of “faster action” than higher prioritys but higher priority’s (methodology/ideology being 1st) are much deaper and much more lasting. Wars is often a reflection or better say multiple “fruits” of 1st priority “seeds”

      • Gabriel Hollows

        All abrahamic religions are simply variations of the same jewish fairy tales.

        • Tudor Miron

          Very well said. And the intention of abrahamic projects is promotion of slavery of goyims by “chosen nation” which in turn is idiologically enslaved and regularly sucrificed by its very masters.

          • Serious Dude

            In Christianity there is no “chosen nation”. Nationalism is not welcomed in Christianity.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            there IS. the chriatian nation.

          • Tudor Miron

            How about Old Testiment? You can hardly find a possibility to read Talmud (that tribe doesn’t like showing their true ideology) but a lot is revealed in Old Testiment :)
            Pavlianity (what Christianity became) doesn’t represent Christ teachings. His teachings were twisted and distorted. Are you aware that human unconscious mind doesn’t understand words (no, don’t etc.)?

          • Serious Dude

            Old Testament has similarities with the Sumerian myths and I believe that Sumer was part of the Vedic civilization. I haven’t read the Talmud. I also don’t believe that apostle Paul was evil, maybe the evil ones were some priests in the Medieval age that drove Europe into obscurantism.

        • Serious Dude

          First of all, Christianity is not Abrahamic but Greco-Roman and secondly Judaism, Islam and Zoroastrianism come from the ancient Vedic religion.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            christianity is abrahamic. roman not at all, from greek only aristoteles.

          • Serious Dude

            Christianity is based on Platonism. Abraham + Sarah = Brahma + Saraswati. There is no such thing as “polytheism”, a made up word by materialist Anglo-Saxon historians. The Vedas acknowledge the One God, Parabrahman. According to Aristotle, Hebrews were Vedic philosophers. Not to mention that the Kaaba was a shrine devoted to Shiva.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            sure not, bro. the medieval scholastic forbad platon, and only aristoteles was allowed 800 years.

            in vedas there is clear polytheism with one chief god.

            look at scupltures, and temples for different gods.

          • BMWA1

            I think he is referring to the Neo-Plationic movement in Roman civilization. Not Socractic texts as related by Plato himself. Hemlock just isn’t done in Christianity, plus Socrates kept bad company (Alcibiades).

          • Solomon Krupacek

            but this movement has nothing common woth christianity.

          • Serious Dude

            Medievalism is the deviation from our former glory while the Renaissence and the Enlightenment was the returning to the source. There is no such thing as “polytheism”. It is a made up word. Every culture has been monotheist. In Christianity we have angels that are like those so called Hindu gods.

          • BMWA1

            This is more complicated, of course, Christ and original texts from Aramaics, but the integration into Greco-Roman civilization and all secondary texts, not Aramaic. In Islam, there is an analogous situation in the Hadith versus Koran, the latter being the bare original and the former, often more substantial, commentary. Like these articles, more words in the comments section than that written by SF!

          • Solomon Krupacek

            vedas are something quite diferent religions. never monotheistic.

          • BMWA1

            India, of course, Veda also has similar root to CZ for seeing (also, Russian), from India-European roots. Sense here is knowing/knowledge. Here, note that CZ, unlike PL etc., uses same root for its academy of science (Ved). Thus UAV.

          • Gabriel Hollows

            All the apostles were jewish, and so was Jesus. Try again.

          • Serious Dude

            Hellenized Jews and Mary Magdalene was Greek.

      • Thegr8rambino

        so the reinforcements are israeli?

        • Tudor Miron

          Are you kidding me? :) Those guys don’t like fighting themself against capable foe. What they do like is Goyims killing Goyims.

    • Serious Dude

      Because they are many…

    • Richard Noel Hedditch

      There is a lot of scum around the world ready to get on the Pentagon payroll. And its Syrians and Hezbollah versus the entirety of the scumbag Arab League which spans the entirety of North Africa and the Near East.

    • Thembamasa

      We could ask the USA, they keep supplying these terrorists with ammunition, the Kurds commanders are understood to be selling arms the USA has supplied them. So the USA approves a deal to supply Kurds with Arms so quickly but the actual truth is that they are using the Kurds as a scapegoat to supply Arms to ISIS

    • Bob

      Remember the terrorist factions have foreign-intelligence run strategic control rooms in Turkey and Jordan. These rooms run these groups strategies, the various factions inter-coordination and provide the intelligence to the militants. The overall strategy designed by these intelligence services, from the very outset has always been to try and run the SAA around in circles with multiple coordinated fronts across different parts of the country. Unfortunately, it is an effective strategy – and intelligence services are in the very business of finding and recruiting mercenaries – in this case proxy salafists.