DAMASCUS, SYRIA (12:16 A.M.) – Video footage revealed the Al-Haidar units of the Tiger Forces heading towards Hama’s northern countryside coming from Deir Ezzor province after the conclusion of the military campaign against ISIS in the resource-rich area of eastern Syria.

So far, only 20% of the Tiger Forces have made their way to northern Hama while the rest are still relocating to troubled front to join the fight against Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham which has now become the strongest jihadist group in Syria following the fated fall of ISIS in the Mediterranean country.

As a result of ISIL’s latest attack on the area between Bo Kamal and Mayadeen, the Tiger Forces were forced to delay their redeployment to northern Hama at least a week to counter the terrorist threat.

The anticipated offensive on Idlib’s southern offensive is expected to kick off in the coming few days. Only a select few know the true target of the upcoming offensive.


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