BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continued their psychological warfare campaign on Saturday by releasing a new video from behind the jihadist lines in the Idlib province.

According to the Tiger Forces’ official page, the Syrian Arab Army spy filmed from the rural Idlib town of Afas, which is currently under the control of the jihadist rebels.

As shown in the video below, the Syrian Army spy is moving freely through the town, despite increased security measures by the jihadist rebels in the Idlib Governorate:

While the Idlib offensive is on hold due to the Sochi agreement, the Syrian Arab Army has taken the opportunity to troll the jihadist rebels by releasing footage from behind their lines in northwest Syria.

In response, the jihadist rebels have launched a large campaign to identify and arrest anyone sympathizing or seeking reconciliation with the government in the Idlib province.

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