BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 P.M.) – The rebel forces knocked out one of the largest power plants inside northwestern Syria this week, a government source told Al-Masdar News on Wednesday.

According to the source, the Mhardeh Power Plant is out of service at this time, following a string of attacks that were launched by Jaysh Al-Izza and Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham militants on the government site.

As a result of this attack, many Syrians around the country have been without electricity for several hours, including most of the residents in the Hama Governorate.

Government construction crews are currently working to fix the power plant, the source added.

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Sweet Robert
Sweet Robert
2019-02-20 23:52

More reason to start the bombing campaign. Enough of these terrorists.

LidMad88
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LidMad88
2019-02-20 23:37

Wahhabi terrorist cunts!

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2019-02-22 10:19
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Muslim Brotherhood/Qaeda are Salafi, this is more Qatar’s poison while Wahhabism is typically Saudi (and as mindsick)

Nestor Arapa
Nestor Arapa
2019-02-21 04:50

No entiendo por qué no empiezan con la ofensiva?

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Stern Daler
2019-02-21 04:30

That scum does not fight a dictator but the hole Syrian civilian society.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2019-02-22 10:20
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They fight civilisation, and for 1,400+ years.

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Stern Daler
2019-02-22 18:21
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Sorry folks: dictator is no insult against Dr. Assad but against a presidential democracy that rules by decrees.

It does not work in the US or other countries that have such a system.

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gustavo
2019-02-21 15:11

How about his dear static SAA ? Terrorism attack will increases with time since terrorists have two main “safe havens” one in Al-Tanf (created by USA) and another in Idlib (created by Russia-Turkey).