BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched a decisive counter-offensive against the jihadist rebels in the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate on Thursday morning.

What began as heavy shelling on the town of Al-Hamamiyat would later turn into a powerful storming operation that was led by the elite Tiger Forces.

The Tiger Forces would not only overpower the jihadist rebels, but they would also kill scores of these militants en route to retaking Al-Hamamiyat on Thursday.

The Syrian Army’s operation was chronicled by the Anna News Agency and released earlier this morning.

 

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There is no footage of the SAA counteroffensive in the video. The video is simply a field report (in Russian) with a couple of recent airstrikes looped in the background. Zero combat footage.

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Ha Ha Stunning footage is the title headline and at the end it can be disappointing. Anyways the Jihadis got what they came asking for. Looks like they lost quite a lot in this battle.

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This video matches the title here. ANNA News called it.
Hamameyat – a major defeat for terrorists
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hu0cs7E22w

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God willing rebels will win… There is no SAA rather it’s Iranian +Hizbullah+ Russia… But still Allah is with the mujahideens