BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – The Russian Air Force unleashed a massive wave of airstrikes over the militant-held areas in the Idlib Governorate on Thursday.

Backed by the Syrian Air Force, the Russian jets launched several airstrikes over the southern region of Idlib, hitting a number of sites inside the towns of Ma’arat Al-Nu’man, Al-Tah, Maar Shamshmeh, Deir Sharqi, and Jarjanaz.

A source from the army said that while the Russian jets focused on the Ma’arat Al-Nu’man front, the Syrian Air Force mostly concentrated their strikes on the Al-Ta’manah front.

At the same time, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is storming the town of Al-Ta’manah after seizing several points from the jihadist rebels last night.

Among the sites captured by the Syrian Army last night include the town of Khuwayn Al-Kabir and the Al-Ta’manah Farms.

This latest offensive by the Syrian Arab Army comes just days after the jihadist rebels from Rouse the Believers failed to advance at the nearby Tal Maraq axis.

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Excellent, no ceasefire or halt to the SAA advance, which invariably means the anti Assad civilian population, will be heading north towards Turkey soon to escape them. But Erdogan’s already said he doesn’t want them, so where will they all end up. Stacked up against the northern border like sardines probably, which is exactly the best thing that could happen from Assad’s point of view, but not from Erdogan’s perspective it isn’t, it’s about the worst thing that could happen.

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Agreed. Welcome back.

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Nestor Arapa

Me gusta esta noticia, espero muy pronto ver video de cadáveres de los terroristas.

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Beware Russians, beware ! Tiny Israel will freeze your systems if you get too bold ! Brrrr !!! Fell the wrath of Elbit striking its wrath upon thee 🤣😂😘😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣