Ha sido un rudo inicio de año para los rebeldes jihadistas del sureste de Idlib, luego de que sus fuerzas continuaran retrocediendo ante la presión del Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) en la región.

Encabezados por las Fuerzas Tigre, el EAS liberó alrededor de 50 kilómetros cuadrados en la zona desde este lunes, sobre todo tras el colapso esta tarde de la primera línea de defensa de Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) en el pueblo de al-Zarzur.

Con el EAS avanzando rápidamente hacia los puntos fuertes jihadistas en Khan Sheikhoun y Kafr Zita, HTS hizo un llamado por ayuda para sus aliados en la Gobernación de Idlib.

Precisamente ayer activistas opositores aseguraron que miembros del islamista Faylaq al-Sham arribaron a la zona para intentar hacer retroceder a las fuerzas sirias.

A pesar de estos refuerzos, es altamente improbable que los jihadistas puedan lograr su objetivo, debido al fuerte empuje de los sirios en su empuje por llegar al Aeropuerto Militar de Abu Duhour en el este de Idlib.

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