BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – The Turkish-backed rebels launched a new attack against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) last night, targeting the latter’s positions from the Idlib buffer zone.
Led by the National Liberation Front (NLF), the Turkish-backed rebels heavily targeted the Syrian Arab Army’s bases in the towns of Abu ‘Umar and Abu Dali.
Using grad missiles and artillery shells, the National Liberation Front repeatedly struck the Syrian Army’s positions from the designated buffer zone in the Idlib Governorate.
As a result of this attack, several Syrian Arab Army soldiers were killed and wounded at the targeted bases.
The Syrian Arab Army has since responded to this Islamist attack by launching several surface-to-surface missiles towards the latter’s positions in the southeastern countryside of the Idlib Governorate.
The Turkish-backed rebels were supposed to withdraw from the Idlib buffer zone, per the Sochi agreement from September 17th; however, they have refused to leave the demilitarized.