It seems that the Syrian Armed Forces are persistent to recover all territories in Latakia northern countryside after capturing the two major strongholds of Salma and Rabea.

Today, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA). backed by the paramilitary National Defenses Forces (NDF) and Russian jetfighters, captured the strategic hill of Tal Haddadeh, Maza’ali, Al-Khashkhasheh and Sahakeen villages located just a few kilometers to the north of Kinsabba. Thus, making the highway to the town of Bidama under its fire power.

Turkey has, for years, pumped the area with terrorists from the Caucasus and Chinese Uyghurs in order to settle in and replace the Syrians.

The region bears a strategic importance as it overlooks the countryside of Idlb countryside, a major hotbed of the al-Nusra militants, the most probably the army’s next target.

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Michael Hovannesjan
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Rima Karan

So for them there is no cease fire ?! By the way ,what – Syrian army ? It doesn’t exist any more . Better say – Iranian Revolutionary Guard , Hezbollah and Shia mercenaries . Those are “Syrian army” today .

Teez
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Why don’t you f*** a goat?

Barish
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Barish

That’s the fiction being peddled by an insurgency that was liberally supplied from abroad these days?

I find it somewhat more probable that insurgents in the area would not abandon their brothers of Jabhat al-Nusra. More honour to them, doesn’t mean they get to play the “we are part of ceasefire!!!”-card.