Idlib

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (6:00 P.M.) The Syrian Army troops deployed to Idlib frontlines are on high alert as jihadi rebels launch sporadic attacks;  violating the de-militarization zone agreement.

Fresh footage posted on social media shows the legendary Tiger Forces’ commander Gen. Suheil al-Hassan supervising a training session for his soldiers somewhere on the eastern countryside of Idlib.

The footage features Gen. al-Hassan – aka the Tiger – conducting live training on storming and shooting on a close-range targets using Ak—104 assault  rifles.

The elite Tiger Forces have been recently supplied with the advanced Ak—104 assault  rifles to boost capabilities on combating terror groups across the country.

Meanwhile, jihadi rebels who have refused to abide by the Idlib de-militarization zone agreement resume offensives against Syrian Army positions in Idlib and Hama.


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