A photo of Kafr Naboudeh after the jihadist rebels retreated from the town.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:10 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) captured the key town of Kafr Naboudeh, yesterday, after a short battle against the jihadist forces in northwestern Hama.

Prior to storming Kafr Naboudeh, the Syrian Army’s Tiger Forces spent a week peppering the town with nonstop missile and artillery strikes.

By the time they were ready to storm Kafr Naboudeh, most of the jihadist defenses had already been destroyed or badly damaged.

Tiger Forces photographed after capturing Kafr Naboudeh on Sunday, May 26. Tiger Forces
A destroyed tank pictured after the battle of Kafr Naboudeh. Anna News
Two Syrian Army soldiers photographed inside of Kafr Naboudeh. Anna News
Two motorcycles that were abandoned by the jihadist rebels before they retreated from Kafr Naboudeh. Tiger Forces
A photo of Kafr Naboudeh after the jihadist rebels retreated from the town. Anna News
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Nestor Arapa

Me gustaría ver mas tanques, autos, motos destruidos por ejercito Sirio y también sería bueno que muestren armas confiscadas y abandonadas…

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ISIS = CIA

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Karel Vd Geest

Looking at the photos, how dare Assad have critic on SDF for causing damage to Raqqah etc, when one sees what his army is doing themselves?

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That town was destroyed by the terrorists and while fighting these scums collateral damages are bound to happen and unavoidable. Cant blame President Assad for this. Right now the focus is to remove the Shitlamic Jihadi Cancer

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Looking at the photos how dare you make the comparison between what was done in Raqqah full of civilians and this one horse no hitching rail town where no civilian would live anyway . That is a bit like comparing the destruction of Germany to the effect of the bombing raids done in America during the second world war.