The Syrian Al-Qaeda group “Jabhat Al-Nusra” sent a large convoy of reinforcements from the Hama Governorate to the northern Aleppo front on Friday after a terrible start to the month of February that saw Hezbollah and their allies lift the siege on Al-Zahra’a and Nubl.

Yesterday, the Islamist rebels (including Nusra) lost the Tannourah Quarries and its surrounding hills after Hezbollah and their allies launched a surprise assault on Friday morning to open a new front in the west.

With the Syrian Armed Forces pressing the Islamist rebels in Mount Simeon, the latter is going to have to forestall their advance or else face expulsion from this province if they are unable to halt their progress.

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Tutturreddu
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Tutturreddu

nobody is bombing?

Muhammad Qasim
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Muhammad Qasim

#Nusra (#AlQaeda) sends reinforcements from #Hama to northern #Aleppo https://t.co/B2bkxBtOUm #Syria
#SyriaCrisis #terrorism

Lars Blomquist
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Lars Blomquist

How is that possible?

Leo
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Leo

Dear journalist of Almasdar, as you can see your articles are becoming more popular on Twitter day by day, BUT constant question that surrounds them is MAPS. For most non-arab people locations that you mention have meaning next to none. So, in order to keep the interest you need to help us, readers Visialize. Even if you do not know exact lookation you can do like popular Syria analists do. Ivan Sidorenko or Petolucem or Elijah M. do on Twitter u can provide link to wikimapia n say “roughly HERE (+\- ) 5km

Kev
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Kev

@Ibra_Joudeh y isnt the russians bombing this

Nicholas
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Nicholas

Good,maybe the syrian arab army and its allies can now attack morek and consolidate control on north hama

George Ehrlekrona
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George Ehrlekrona

Take them out!! a couple of airstrikes would do it