BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The official media wing of the Tiger Forces released a video last night of their troops defending the areas they recently captured from the jihadist rebels in northwestern Hama.

In the minute and a half long video, the Tiger Forces can be seen firing on the jihadist rebels in the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate.

The Syrian Arab Army ultimately managed to repel the jihadist assault at the Hamamiyat front, killing and wounding many militants that stormed their positions.

Prior to being on the defensive, the Tiger Forces captured at least five towns on Monday, with only one of them falling back to the jihadist rebels.

The Tiger Forces are currently leading the Syrian military’s offensive in northwestern Hama; they have seized several areas since the start of the offensive, including the key towns of Qal’at Al-Madiq and Kafr Naboudeh.

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