BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has been placed on high alert in northwest Syria after the jihadist rebels killed 23 soldiers along the Hama-Latkia axis.

According to a new military report, the Syrian Army has moved reinforcements to the Al-Ghaab Plain in response to the jihadist attack on Tal Burkan.

Furthermore, the Syrian Arab Army has continued their heavy attacks on the jihadist positions around the Al-Ghaab Plain; this comes as the Sochi Agreement from September 17th falls apart.

The Syrian Army was recently filmed by the Sputnik News Agency targeting the jihadist rebels with artillery and missile strikes:

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2018-11-20 10:35

SAA WASTING TIME AND LOSING SOLDIER. ITS MAKING ANGRY