BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:45 P.M.) – In a statement published by the STEP News Agency, the spokesperson for Jaysh Al-Izza admitted that his rebel group is unable to respond to the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) attack because they lack ammunition in northern Hama.

The Jaysh Al-Izza spokesperson said they barely have enough ammunition to defend their territories should the Syrian Arab Army launch a new offensive to capture their northern Hama bastion.

He claims that the lack of ammunition is a result of little-to-no support from countries that used to support them; he says they are under siege as a result of this, but he did not name any of the nations.

The spokesperson added that should the Syrian Arab Army launch a new operation in northern Hama, they will be forced to fight a war of attrition.

Jaysh Al-Izza has managed to hold the key towns of Al-Latamnah and Kafr Zita for several years now, following their large-scale campaign that resulted in their expansion along the Hama-Idlib axis.

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Karel Vd Geest

Ah, the poor Jihadis being blocked by Turkey? Then they can feel like Afrin, blocked by jihadis and Turkey for years.

I hope they choke on their lack of ammo and that they will be swept away by either SAA or SDF.

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No SDF in Hama, this is not the al-Bab/Manbij/Jarablus area, unfortunately

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Nestor Arapa

Por el norte está aislado por HTS (Al-qaeda), su única opción unirse o someterse a Hayat Trarir Al Sham.
El ejercito Sirio debe seguir atacando sin descanso para avanzar antes que se una a HTS.

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Or to surrender to SAA which is less risky : HTS is more likely to put bullets in the necks of those surrendering than SAA…

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Long Live Syria

All good things will eventually have to come to an END

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Saudis already cut the supplies for a while now…
Seems that Qatar and Turkey now get the operation is FUBAR since Turkey could always use A400M or C-130 to airdrop supplies… Although SyAAF still has some old MiG-21/23/29 and S200 (and soon S300 will be online too) which may intercept cargoes…

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Sweet Robert

Amen!