Hama, Syria (9:30 P.M.) – The jihadist rebels of Jund Al-Aqsa (Al-Qaeda franchise) and their allies from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) launched a large-scale offensive on Monday to capture several villages in the northern Hama countryside.

Jund Al-Aqsa and their allies managed to capture several villages from the National Defense Forces (NDF) and Syrian Arab Army (SAA) on Monday, including Helfaya, Al-Buwaydah, Zalin, and Al-Massasnah.

Following the capture of Halfaya from the government forces, Jund Al-Aqsa and their allies turned their attention to the key village of Taybat Al-Imam, which is located along the main road to the provincial capital of the Hama Governorate.

Despite their thin supply line that stretches from the southern countryside of Idlib to northern Hama, the jihadist rebels now have their sights set on the provincial capital, which will be within striking range if Taybat Al-Imam is captured.

Currently, clashes are still raging to the north of Taybat Al-Imam; however, civilians have already fled in fear of the jihadist rebels capturing the village.

 

 

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sillywoes
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Darayya victory has been completely overshadowed. Militants psy-ops and tactical ability is very high..

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Šjor Načelnik

In Syria who ever is on offensive holds the higher edge ( except in Deir ez Zour )

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Amin

f*****g Christians who are supporting these f*****g Muslims who cause innocent Muslims and Christians flee from their hometown 🙁 . It’s a bit complicated.

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A policy to distract the assembly of the Arm Forces nits in Halab to ease the pressure on the terrorist there

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Darayya’s militants keeping busy. Was it worth it?