After 12 hours of incessant clashes on six separate fronts, the Syrian Army, composed mainly of the Marines and Desert Hawks, liberated the strategic town of Kinsibba and all its hills and castles.

The operation was said to be very complicated and pictures and videos are to emerge of the massive operation.

Kinsibba was captured by the jihadist forces on July 1st after a massive offensive that left hundreds of jihadists killed and injured. Holding the town was not any less bloody. Many died beating back government attempts at recapturing the town.

Syrian Army has not yet halted its advance on the Latakia front.

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maza
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maza

wow good news great go go SAA… turkey also facing now turmoil its the time to hit hard and retake the whole boarder area…. god bless you and russia

Kopfz
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Kopfz

Recapture means all those jihadists died for nothing.

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