BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) released a new video of one of their spies filming from a strategic Turkish border-crossing.

In the video below, the Syrian Arab Army spy is filming while driving towards the strategic Bab Al-Hawa Crossing.

The Bab Al-Hawa Crossing is one of the most important border points for the rebel forces, as it has been used in the past to move their troops from the Aleppo province to Idlib.

The Syrian Arab Army has been releasing several of these videos as of recent in order to continue their psychological war as their Idlib offensive approaches.

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