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BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:10 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) managed to reverse the gains made by the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham in the southern part of Mhardeh on Monday.

Led by their elite Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army seized the village of Ma’arzaf on Monday after launching a powerful counter-assault at Mhardeh’s southern axis.

Video footage of this advance was captured by Ruptly; it shows the Syrian Arab Army’s operations in southern Mhardeh on Monday.

The Syrian Arab Army is currently trying to recover several points that were captured by the jihadist rebels during the first days of their offensive.

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A great field day again. This does not only reverse terrorists gains in battle but also helps for the Geneva talks. Where the HNC chief criminal terrorist again asked for the unconditional surrender of the Syrian government as precondition for peace.

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The article is well written. But, the SAA/NDF did only capture one village and 14 are still lost to the terrorists. So, the job is NOT over and it is just the beginning in the north of Hamma. On a side note, this front should be the top priority to the SAA and IMHO it is more important than fighting ISIS now

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SAA coldly waited for enough reinforcements and then started their thing. It is far from over but I hope I am right. They are cautious maneuvering like generals during the period of “Cabinet Wars”.

p.s. IS oil field are needed for future plus as fuel and income for war.