HAMA, SYRIA (11:30 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA), alongside the National Defense Forces (NDF) and Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP), stormed the key town of Souran in northern Hama this morning after a two day long hiatus from this axis.

Led by the Shaheen Group of the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Armed Forces stormed the eastern outskirts of Souran, capturing the large hilltop of Tal Al-Dour after a fierce battle with the jihadist rebels Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham, Jaysh Al-‘Izza, and Jaysh Al-Nasr this morning.

Following the capture of Tal Al-Dour, the Syrian Armed Forces began their first assault on the village of Souran since losing it in early October.

Backing the Syrian Armed Forces offensive today is the Russian Air Force, who has already carried out several airstrikes over the northern Hama countryside in order to weaken the jihadist resolve.

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