BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:40 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) carried out several attacks against the jihadist rebels in the southern part of the Idlib Governorate on Sunday.

Led by their 4th Armored Divison, the Syrian Arab Army carried out targeted strikes on a weapons depot that belonged to the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.

According to a military source in Hama city, the Syrian Arab Army destroyed Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s weapons depot inside the town of Habeet, while also destroying a couple armored vehicles.

The military would then shift their attention to the Al-Ghaab front, where their troops would launch several missiles towards the Turkestan Islamic Party’s positions at the towns of Al-Sirmaniyeh and Huwayz.

The Syrian Arab Army also targeted Jaysh Al-Izza’s positions inside the northern Hama town of Hasraya, which is where the latter was firing artillery shells towards the military’s positions earlier in the day.

 

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Excellent!
Have to take the fight to these foreign-backed head-choppers and liver-eaters while poking the Turkish sultan in the eye.

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I’m near 100% agreeing except on one point : liver-eating! – You must never have eaten goose foie gras (duck foie gras is great too, but not as much, it’s also much cheaper). Pâté de foie grasand mousse de foie gras are nice derivatives. Go for a Sauterne or Monbazillac as wine, although a good Bordeaux/Medoc is really nice too. Note : export pricing for half a pound of quality goose foie gras is likely to be about $70-80 😉 Now if it’s a preparation with truffles, this may sky-rocket. – Young cow’s liver in a frying-pan, roasted with sunflower… Read more »

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What’s with this petit bourgeoisie come nouveau riche on your part? Telling the world that you can afford to eat pate de foie gras and drink Sauterne while suggesting people should sell other’s body parts???

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Insisto, los ataques deben ser con fuerza aérea para que sea mas efectivo para aniquilar a los terroristas…

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Yes, Who is going to stop their Air Force? Turks have only had permission to do surveillance which I strong disagree. Send in Russian Air Force also.