BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:55 A.M.) – Over the last 72 hours, the Syrian Arab Army’s elite Tiger Forces have fired more than 300 missiles into the northern Hama towns of Al-Lataminah and Kafr Zita.

Using their TOS-1 Thermobaric MLRS vehicles, the Tiger Forces flooded the northern Hama countryside with a barrage of missiles, inflicting heavy damage on the defenses of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.

The Tiger Forces have conducted these relentless missile strikes to not only punish HTS for attacking the densely populated towns of Suqaylabiyah and Mhardeh, but also, to weaken the enemy’s defenses before launching their upcoming Idlib offensive.

Video footage of the Tiger Forces attacking HTS’ positions in northern Hama was released by pro-government activists on Sunday –
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