Hama, Syria (1:04 A.M.) – After ISIS-affiliated Jund Al-Aqsa group supported by the FSA faction “Jaish Al-Nasr” captured a few villages and checkpoints on the outskirts of the Christian village of Mharda, local NDF units launched a counterattack capturing Buweida and the surrounding checkpoints.

Effectively, the aforementioned jihadists are now surrounded at Madagin village lying at the mercy of the assaulting government troops.

To rub salt onto the wounds of the terrorist-affiliated militants, Syrian and Russian warplanes have unleashed an incessant bombing campaign on their positions in the vicinity of Morek and Lataminah targeting their supply lines, fortifications, and armored vehicles.

It is most likely that this surprise offensive was aimed at lifting the pressure off the kill zone of southwest Aleppo where high-ranking Jaish Al-Fateh commanders are being killed on a daily basis. Therefore, it is unlikely that the Islamists are going to maintain their positions for long in the relatively static front line of northern Hama.

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Talib of Politics
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Talib of Politics

, “captured a few villages and checkpoints” and wait for it… a whole TOWN called Hulfiah. Great propaganda article Masdar.

Boris
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Boris

I support government side in this conflict, but what I do not support is this kind of one sided, unrealistic articles.. Low quality without any depth.
Please AMN, I know that being objective is next to impossible in this kind of conflict, but stay at least professional in tone of your articles…

@AOrti
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@AbuHantala Hulfiah is not a village..thanks a god The heroes from Mhardeh are pushing away the terrorists.

teto
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“where high-ranking Jaish Al-Fateh commanders are being killed on a daily basis”.
Either they are not high-ranking commanders, or Jaish Al-Fateh commanders do not hesitate of being together with their troops unlike SAA high-ranking commanders. Seen only one bearded SAA commander in Deir-Ez-Zor, who participated in combat.

@AOrti
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@AOrti

@AbuHantala what can happen if a whole Christian town fallen in the hands of terrorists like these