BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched two attacks on the strategic hilltop of Tal Malah, Thursday, in a bid to reopen the main road from Sqaylabiyeh and Mhardeh.

Led by the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Army’s first attack on Tal Malah was quickly repelled by the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and their allies from the National Liberation Front.

Following the first failed attack, the Syrian Arab Army regrouped to make another push to capture Tal Malah and the nearby town of Jibeen.

The Syrian Arab Army was able to score an initial advance in northwestern Hama on Thursday afternoon, paving the way for their forces to reach the outskirts of Jibeen.

However, not long after making this advance, the Syrian Arab Army was forced to withdraw from the Jibeen outskirts after suffering a number of casualties.

Thursday’s attack by the Syrian Army on Tal Malah marked the first time in a week that they have stormed this imperative site in northwestern Hama.

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Sweet Rober
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No more cease fire agreements which allows these goons to be resupplied. Keep on attacking them.Send in planes 24/7.

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Nestor Arapa

Esto es consecuencia de alto al fuego concedido y complacido a Erdogan de parte de Putin.
El alto al fuego es aprovechado por los terroristas para abastecerse de suministros de guerra que el gobierno Turco les envía en convoy en sus narices de los Rusos.

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This is unacceptable.

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Rhodium 10

I dont think Tiger forces was forced to withdraw by Jihadist… along the Syrian war TF always fight with the same tactic sending an advance guard who attack a point.. and fast withdraw!..now ISIS and HTS use to do same in east Homs and Latakia…