BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:55 A.M.) – Minutes ago, the Syrian Arab Army’s Tiger Forces and their allies entered the strategic town of Halfaya in northern Hama after launching a powerful operation from nearby Mhardeh.

Backed by Hezbollah and Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Syrian Arab Army stormed the western perimeter of Halfaya, forcing the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham to quickly abandon their points in order to avoid being overrun.

With the jihadist rebels retreating towards the town-center, the Syrian Arab Army and their allies took the opportunity to enter Halfaya for the first time since they withdrew from the town late last year.

Should the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies take control of Halfaya today, then they will have successfully secured the key town of Mhardeh, which is located directly west of the Hama-Idlib Highway (M-5 Highway).

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Very good, Keep the pressure upon the terrorists, now more than before to show the terrorists that false flag operations don’t pay back for them. More importantly, keep pounding them, their supply lines and there weapons storage and building facilities from the air now with increased intensity.