Syrian Forces Clashing With Hayat Tahrir al-Sham In Northern Hama And Southwestern Aleppo (Videos, Map)

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Syrian Forces Clashing With Hayat Tahrir al-Sham In Northern Hama And Southwestern Aleppo (Videos, Map)

A screenshot from the video

The Hezbollah media wing in Syria has relealsed two fresh videos showing the ongoing Syrian Army operation against Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) and its allies in northern Hama and southwestern Aleppo.

Recently, government forces have liberated the villages of Hasnawi, Qasr Shawi, Muwaylih Shamali, Mhassar, Rabiah, Hamra Silos and Mhassar Hill.

Military situation in the area (red – government forces; blue – recently liberated areas; green – miltiants; dark green – high presence of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham):

Syrian Forces Clashing With Hayat Tahrir al-Sham In Northern Hama And Southwestern Aleppo (Videos, Map)

SOURCE: https://twitter.com/Souria4Syrians

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  • Zainab Ali

    the syrian coalition will be victorious

  • Barba_Papa

    Limited advances. But they help to protect the key road to Aleppo and maybe even more important, to help to keep pressure on Al Qaida. Which limits what it can do elsewhere. Which makes this win-win for the SAA.

  • You can call me Al

    Slowly, but surely.

    2 or 3 good options to construct pincer movements in the near future.

  • Mauro Craizer

    Top gunners, they hit that hill position like with guided missiles. SAA finally started to use terrorist filming tactics, a drone films desired target (or zoom), a movie level of production content-this tactic swayed a lot of comments on jihadi content, like they are way better gunners than SAA.
    Their TOW filming created desired psycho-effect and proof of a proper investment for their sponsors, I do not understand why SAA didn’t film their ATGM hits, not even close like jihadis, it’s not like SAA had much less guided missiles, they didn’t film most of their hits. YouTube ratio is more than 10:1 every few weeks in 2015-2016-2017 jihadis put circa 10 min clips of just TOW hits.

  • Eskandar Black

    This is the soft beginning for the offensive on eastern Idlib. There are several objective here, 1. prevent HTS attacks on the Allepo – Ithriya, Homs highway. 2. Facilitate the capture of a long term strategic objective namely Abu ad duhur and the associated AFB. 3. Reduce the front line and the terrorist operational area. The offensive will come from Four directions namely north hama from the direction of the highway, and the city of hama with the goal of surrounding Suruj. There will also likely be several northern component to the offensive. There will likely be attacks from khanasir west as well as a simultaneous offensive south from South Aleppo towards Tall ad Daman. This is my prediction.

  • Christian Gains

    Frankly, Al Nursa looks, (by this map), to have Syria NEARLY surrounded!??? BUT the red area depicts Syrian forces control the EAST, SOUTH & West…So there’s a GOOD CHANCE that this WAR will come down to a negotiation OR annihilation project! FRANKLY again, I’m thinking Hassad SHOULD go for getting his TOTAL COUNTRY back! And! WE SHOULD BACK HIM…not because he’s such a nice guy, but because this war is a atrocity! He didn’t begin it, AND SHOULD be allowed to FINNISH IT…but, probably won’t…

  • Carol Davidek-Waller

    Now we know where all those boatloads of ISIS fighters went that the SDF/US bussed out of Raqqa after the city was ‘conquered’.