Hama, Syria (7:05 A.M.) – An entire battalion from the Syrian Arab Army’s elite “Tiger Forces” arrived yesterday in the northern Hama countryside, swelling the overall number of military personnel in the region to 4,000.

According to a private source in northern Hama, the Shaheen Group of the Tiger Forces was redeployed to the Qamhana outskirts in order to help retake several villages that were lost to the jihadist rebels of Jund Al-Aqsa (Al-Qaeda franchise).

Led by their prominent field commander, the Shaheen group has participated in several battles inside the Aleppo and Homs governorates; however, they are one of the smaller battalions in the Tiger Forces.
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With their most elite units participating in the Aleppo offensive, the Tiger Forces high command made the decisions to redeploy the Shaheen Group from the nearby Homs Governorate to help drive back the jihadist rebels.

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