Hama

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) carried out a heavy attack against a group of Turkish-backed rebels in the northern countryside of the Hama Governorate on Friday morning.

Led by their 4th Division, the Syrian Arab Army unleashed a barrage of missiles and artillery shells towards the hideouts of Jaysh Al-Izza in the town of Al-Arba’een.

According to local reports, the Syrian Arab Army carried out these strikes in retaliation for Jaysh Al-Izza’s sniper attack on a number of soldiers in the northern countryside of the Hama Governorate.

Following the attack on Al-Abra’een, the Syrian Arab Army launched several artillery shells towards Jaysh Al-Izza’s positions inside their stronghold of Al-Latamnah.

The Syrian Arab Army has recently stepped up their retaliatory attacks after Jaysh Al-Izza and their allies heavily targeted their positions in northern Hama.

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FairsFair
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Retaliatory attacks by the SAA is one thing. Retaking Syrian territory and holding it should be the goal for both the Syrian Government and hence the Syrian people.

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Stern Daler

@FairsFair, I think so too. IMHO the Jihadi provocations will only stop when they are cleared from the area and sent back to their master’s Sultanate in Turkey.

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I prefer jihadis to be sent to their master, straight to the other river of the Styx.

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Stern Daler

@Daeshbags-Sux, the Sultan must be served first. SVP.

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Nestor Arapa

Mientras mas tiempo pase, los terroristas seguirán mejorando sus suministros de guerra.

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Stern Daler

@Nestor, verdad but what else can You do?