The  jihadi alliance Sham Legion (Failaq al-Sham) mourned Hazem Shardoub, a top military commander, who was killed today during clashes with the Syrian Army in northern Latakia.

The ultraconservative group also lost dozens of militants while attempting to repel the Army’s offensive.

The Army’s Special Forces, backed by the paramilitary Desert Hawks and Syrian Marines, began this early morning a wide-scale offensive to recapture Kinsibba, close to the Turkish borders.

The government troops have, so far, been able to seize Shillif hilltop and Toubal Castle south of Kinsibba.

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Leo Gunst
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Leo Gunst

@Syria_Protector 24 y old ‘senior’ Commander. Wasted his life

Andrew Sivaram
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Andrew Sivaram

(Y)

Syed Mustafa Hussain
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Syed Mustafa Hussain

he is young. How at age less than 30 he he senior terrorist commander

Badra Benayad
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Badra Benayad

Faut exterminer la vermine, ces criminel, traitre rats déchets de l’humanité,enfer

Bardamu
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Bardamu

Je ne sais pas si tu viens de France ou d’un autre pays francophone, mais t’y vas pas de main morte toi, ça fait plaisir :p.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

No surprise SAA is regaining momentum : watch what was spotted over Qalamoun a few hours ago : Yeeep, it’s SyAAF, not RuAF, so the Su-24M2 and Mig-29 have been at least overhowled. Jet engine life cycle is about only 1000 hours and there has to be other serious structural maintenance. I suppose the Mig-29 are being modernized : the old 80’s engines were really too thirsty, the avionics were just good for close range air-combat (export radar had shrinked capabilities, etc) but one thing is clear : the air frame is one of the best you can have, much… Read more »