The Syrian Arab Army’s Tiger Forces – in coordination with the 87th Brigade of the 11th Tank Division, the National Defense Forces (NDF), and Liwaa Assoud Al-Jabal (Lions of the Mountain Brigade) – are rolling this morning in the Al-Ghaab Plains of the Hama Governorate, as they have captured a number of towns and sites around this area.

Following their capture of Al-Mansoura, Khirbat Al-Naqous, and Al-Ziyarah, the Syrian Armed Forces advanced to the town of Tal Wassit, where they stormed Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham’s defensive positions near the strategic hilltop.

Less than two hours after launching their assault on Tal Wassit, the Syrian Armed Forces were able to impose full control over the hilltop, killing a little over 15 enemy combatants from Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham and the Syrian Al-Qaeda group “Jabhat Al-Nusra.”

Not long after the capture of Tal Wassit, the Syrian Armed Forces concentrated part of their units to the south, attacking the Grain Silos located directly south of Al-Ziyarah.

Once again, the Syrian Armed Forces were successful in breaching Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham and Jabhat Al-Nusra’s defensive positions, resulting in the capture of the Grain Silos.

To the north of Al-Ziyarah, the Tiger Forces and Liwaa Assoud Al-Jabal attacked the town of Al-Misheek, where once again, they were able to overpower the militants of Jaysh Al-Fateh and secure this area.

Currently, the Syrian Armed Forces are pushing north towards Qarqur in the hopes that they can reclaim this town that is located less than 15 kilometers from the strategic city of Jisr Al-Shughour.

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