Aleppo, Syria (12:15 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA), backed by Hezbollah and Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi paramilitary), reportedly captured Al-Qarassi this morning after launching their second attack on this village.

According to a military source in Aleppo, Jaysh Al-Fateh lost three field commanders during the battle of Al-Qarassi; these leaders were identified as “Abu Mohammad Al-Nashimi”, “Abu Ahmad Al-Souri”, and “Abu Al-Bara’a Al-Hamwi.”

Following the capture of Al-Qarassi, the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies reportedly seized ‘Amarah village and ‘Amarah Hill after a fierce battle with Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest) that resulted in the death of several jihadists.

The Syrian Armed Forces and their allies are now attacking the village of Khalsah, which was originally captured by Jaysh Al-Fateh in May of this year.

This latest government offensive appears to be an attempt to spread out the Jaysh Al-Fateh forces and recapture the territory they lost over the last few months.

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gooooooooooooooooooooood NEWS

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@ErikWar19 Many Hezbollah fighters laid down their lives defending Armenian towns and villages in Northern Latakia along the Turkish border. Hezbollah has been the most accomplished force fighting Wahhabi and Salafi terrorism in Lebanon and Syria.

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Confirmed?

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@leithfadel Has this been verified?

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they are usually very careful about what they post, they dont post it unless they are sure and if it is not confirmed they would say it is unconfirmed, previously if something was not confirmed they would announce it , otherwise if it is announced like this you can safely assume it is truth and confirmed

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Hezbollah (libanon terrorists) and Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi paramilitary) conqered something with SAA backed forces

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Maybe this is just American ignorance talking, but I can’t see Hezbollah as terrorists- they publicly condemned the 9/11 attackers, didn’t they? Like Iran did too.