BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:30 P.M.) – A large Syrian Arab Army (SAA) convoy was filmed heading towards the northwestern province of Hama yesterday.

According to the Tiger Forces, this large Syrian Arab Army convoy belonged  to their division; they were previously deployed in southern Syria.

The convoy traveled from the southern province of Daraa to the Hama Governorate, yesterday, as they prepare to take part in the large-scale offensive along the Hama-Idlib axis.

As shown in the Tiger Forces video below, they sent a large military convoy that consisted of tens of heavy vehicles and hundreds of soldiers to Hama:


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The Idlib offensive is expected to kickoff in the coming days, as more troops from the Syrian Arab Army pour into the Hama Governorate.

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With so much of SAA forces being mobilized and moved to Idlib, I doubt the HTS and other terrorists will be waiting for the SAA.

I am sure many of them except for the die hard jihadis would have beaten hasty retreat into Turki through the porous border.

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Syria must have under its control the regions of Idlib, Afrin, Al-Rai, and Manbij in this ofensive. This must be done fast, strong, brave and without mercy (even for Kurds and Turkishes). Of course, one expects strong Russia aerospace force support and protection of ground troops ( I hope Russia not to play double game with Turkey, and to give Turkey what it deserves).