Hama, Syria (4:30 A.M.) – Al-Masdar News was informed on Wednesday morning that several units from the Syrian Arab Army’s “Tiger Forces” have redeployed to the Hama Governorate after the jihadist rebels seized several villages from the government forces near the key town of Mhardeh.

These reinforcements from the Tiger Forces were originally deployed in several areas around the country, including the Al-Sha’er Mountains (east Homs) and southern Aleppo.

A significant number of soldiers from the  Tiger Forces will remain in southern Aleppo to help drive back Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest); however, the shortage in manpower inside northern Hama requires much needed reinforcements to aid the 11th Tank Division.

The Tiger Forces are no stranger to the northern Hama front; in fact, it was their offensive in mid-2014 that helped the government drive back the Jabhat Al-Nusra militants from the outskirts of Hama City.

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sillywoes
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sillywoes

why do you announce such key info?

JoyMadrugada R
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JoyMadrugada R

Fake rebels knew that reinforcemnt were on the way . Is better to know the civilians and NDF that Tiger are there , again.

hype333
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hype333

it seems that without russian hinds and tigers…
you can’t really do anything.

Hugo Romero Calderon
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Hugo Romero Calderon

Se han ganado una gran fama y el temor entre sus enemigos por sus sorprendentes tacticas de guerra

Abu Kiresh
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Abu Kiresh

I think nothing here is published, that shouldn’t be published. Who knows, what this really means…

Marvin Midence
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Marvin Midence

El problema es que dejen descuidado Aleppo.

Komünist Şirin
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Komünist Şirin

what a supersonic power it is???? tiger
forces everywhere what Ever you need

Me & I
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Me & I

God in heavens & Tiger Forces on the ground. Without TF the SAA would be even more of a mess than it still is… unfortunatelly. Well, if you´re already cleaning the area from the Jihadpigs, what´s about that area between Hama and Homs that they held for years. How is this possible? They are surrounded by SAA and have no airpower, but they´re occupying the area for years now!

Redeemed David
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Redeemed David

How wise will such a decision be given that #Aleppo is still on lifeline? #TigerForces