DAMASCUS, SYRIA (4:50 A.M.) – A series of photos emerged from Taibat Al-Imam today, backing up claims that dozens of insurgents vehicles were destroyed this week.

During the most recent battle, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) hunted down Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) forces and destroyed 6 tanks, one BMP and over 30 technicals:

In the days to come, the Tiger Forces alongside allied SAA factions will gear up for an encirclement and assault on the nearby Islamist stronghold of Halfaya.

Subsequently, commander-in-chief Suheil Al-Hassan is expected to direct a northern blitz towards Morek amid a wider push by the SAA to secure the M5 highway and invade rebel heartland of southern Idlib.

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