After 3 days of inactivity due to harsh weather, Hezbollah and the Syrian Arab Army’s 9th Armored Division have restarted their offensive in the Al-Quneitra Governorate, targeting a number towns in the western part of the province.

On Tuesday, the 9th Division attacked a Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syria’s Al-Qaeda branch) contingent at an abandoned school in Al-Rawaabi, destroying a T-55 tank that was operated by the enemy combatants and a machine gun.

In Mosahra, the Syrian Arab Air Force launched 6 airstrikes on Jabhat Al-Nusra’s positions; this was followed by a fierce attack from Hezbollah and the 9th Division south of SyriaTel Hill.

The 9th Division targeted an agglomeration of Jabhat Al-Nusra and Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters southwest of the village cemetery  in Al-Hamidiyyeh, resulting in the death of 12 enemy combatants and the destruction of an armored vehicle.

Hezbollah. the 9th Division, and National Defense Forces (NDF) also attacked the following areas: Al-Samdaniyyeh, ‘Umm Batna, ‘Umm Al-Izzam, Al-Bateeha, and Rasim Al-Shoula.

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