BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:30 A.M.) – A large number of Syrian Arab Army (SAA) reinforcements reportedly made their way to the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate on Tuesday.

According to reports from the Hama Governorate, the Syrian Army reinforcements were made up of several units from different parts of the country.

These reinforcements were deployed to the front-lines in northwestern Hama, where they will join forces with the other units from the Syrian Army and National Defense Forces (NDF) that preparing to begin a new operation.

The location of the new operation has not been announced; however, it is very likely to concentrate on the eastern flank of Kafr Naboudeh, which has yet to be secured due to the militant presence at Tal Sakher.

The Syrian Arab Army recaptured Kafr Naboudeh in June after losing the key town to the jihadist rebels during a large-scale offensive earlier in the month.

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SAA has Kafr Naboudeh already in its control. Next the Syrian Arab Army has to capture the large hilltop of Tal Sakher which is located just east of the small town of Mughayr. Tal Sakher is a very decisive location. Once Tal Sakher is captured, the Syrian Arab Army has to move onto Al-Hobeit, which will be the last area they need to capture before they can storm Qal’at Al-Madiq. If the Syrian Arab Army SAA & NDF along with the Russians are successful, they will have a clear path into the southern part of the jihadist-held areas of the… Read more »

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But, overall, they have to ANNIHILATE MERDolfgan GENOCIDALS INVADERS! NO ONE OF THEM TO BE BACK IN OCCUPIED ANATOLIA! TIME TO END GENOCIDALS SCOURGE!

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Finally free Syria, ally with YPG and ezpel GENOCIDAL INVADERS

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They should attack from the east and make the defending forces have to pull defenders from front line in west. Maan to Morek, cut them off make them run.