BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) unleashed another powerful assault against the Islamist rebels of northern Hama last night.
Using surface-to-surface missiles and heavy artillery, the Syrian Arab Army repeatedly pounded the Islamist defenses near the key town of Al-Latminah in northern Hama.
Following a night of sporadic attacks, the militants of Jaysh Al-‘Izza were awoken to another series of missile strikes from the Syrian Army at the town of Hasraya.
The attack on Hasraya would last for several minutes before the Syrian Army shifted their attention to the Idlib axis.
At the Idlib axis, the Syrian Army heavily targeted the trenches of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham near the town of Al-Taman’ah.
The Syrian Arab Army is still striking the Idlib axis at this time, as they look to inflict heavy damage on the jihadist fighters still inside this designated buffer zone.