Hama, Syria (11:00 P.M.) – The jihadist rebels of Jund Al-Aqsa (Al-Qaeda franchise), alongside the Free Syrian Army (FSA), seized two more villages in the northern Hama countryside on Tuesday night after restarting their offensive earlier today.

According to Jund Al-Aqsa’s official media wing, their forces managed to capture the village of Al-Nasiriyah after a short firefight with the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

Al-Nasiriyah is a very small village in northern Hama that has approximately fives buildings inside of it.

Meanwhile, south of Helfaya, the Free Syrian Army established full control over the village of Bateesh; this forced the the Syrian Arab Army to withdraw south of the captured site.

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hype333
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hype333

what is going on there? how can terrorist hold southern allepo, attack kurds at jarabulus and launch this northern hama offensive – all at the same time????

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Manuel Flores Escobar

but they flee from Damascus and Latakia cannot break the siege as they cannot supply nothing for east parts as the lines are cut in south Aleppo!…surely they are a few terrorist with suicide vehicles..nothing special as Russian air force or SAF can attacks them from air!

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one thing is sure; terrorist used better those 700 terrorist from Daraya than SAA has used those 2500 soldiers that have no more “business” in Daraya.

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At this point you need nukes, otherwise it’s useless.

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Daeshbags Sux

At this point you need braincells transplant, otherwise it’s useless! And Russia doesn’t need tactical nukes anymore : they made something as efficient, but it’s a green bomb : no fallouts! It’s nicknamed FOAB : Father of All Bombs… And they already used at least 2 or 3 in Syria for live-test purposes. If you vitrify a country, it has no more interest! There’s nothing to take from a radioactive desert and Rosoboronexport wouldn’t have free advertising eeverywhere : T-90 tank shot by ATGMs and going on fighting, upgrades for bomber that make dumb bomb smart with the new targetting… Read more »

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DF Ez Iskander

Not for much longer..