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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:25 P.M.) – Three photos emerged on Friday strongly suggesting none other than Abu Mohammad Al-Julani himself to be the commander-in-chief of the Islamist operations room masterminding the ongoing northern Hama offensive.

Abu Mohammad Al-Julani is the leader of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham, a newly formed jihadist coalition which the US has deemed a terror organization. The notorious jihadist commander formerly led Jabhat Al-Nusra, Al-Qaeda’s main branch in Syria.

Although over a dozen rebel factions are involved in the northern Hama offensive, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham has been the leading component of the large-scale Islamist offensive which ultimately looks to seize the provincial capital of Hama.

Since March 21 this year, jihadist forces have captured around 10 government-held villages, prompting the SAA’s High Command to deploy its elite Tiger Forces from eastern Aleppo to northern Hama.

Jihadists have dubbed the battle for northern Hama ‘Tell Them to Work’, a phrase from the Quran. Meanwhile, the offensive was brought into effect after Liwa al-Aqsa (Jund al-Aqsa) virtually dissolved itself, thereby putting an end to jihadist infighting in Idlib province.

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Myths. The attack plan and the heavy ordnance come from Turkey.

p.s. We merely see some individuals in uniform trying to find their ways on the map.

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Nonsense. That man with blurred face is actually Israhelli operative.

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No a Turk. You see it at his beard.

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BTW, isn’t Julani’s war room located in Turkey?

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Sent him there?

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Erdogan es el responsable directo, parece que Rusia e Irán no quieren entender, las armas y hombres ingresan a través de la frontera Idlib y parte de Latakia, hay necesidad de cerrar esa frontera.

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Yes very likely directly but there will be no proof that Erdogan is involved..