BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) intensified their assault across the Idlib-Hama axis, today, targeting a number jihadist installations and trenches in this region of northwest Syria.

Led by their Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army began their assault on Monday by targeting several jihadist trenches that stretched across the northern Hama towns of Zakat and Al-Lataminah.

The Syrian Army would then follow up these strikes by attacking a number of sites controlled by the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham near the historical town of Qala’at Al-Madiq in northwest Hama.

The Syrian Arab Army’s attack on Monday was captured by local field journalists and released via the Tiger Forces’ official media channel on Facebook – please see below:

 

While their attack has been limited to missile and artillery strikes, the Syrian Arab Army is planning on making their first push on the ground in the coming days.

However, due to ongoing negotiations between Iran, Turkey, and Russia, the offensive has remained limited thus far.

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God speed syrian coalition