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Syrian Army Pushing back Rebel Groups in Hama Province

7 August 2015 17:02



Informed military sources underlined that the Syrian army has successfully pushed back rebels from their positions in various parts of the Central province of Hama, and killed or wounded scores of them.

The sources said that Diqmaq, al-Rahjan, al-Hamediya, Qastoun and al-Bahsa have been the scene of heavy clashes between the Syrian army men and the militants, who left behind several killed members and retreat from the mentioned battlefronts.

On Monday, a military expert hailed the Syrian army’s recent victories against the foreign-backed terrorists, and said that the new military gains in Hama and Idlib provinces are prelude to large-scale battles targeting the militants across the country.

“The Syrian army is conducting military operations to assess the military capabilities of the terrorists and bring them out of their hideouts to pave the way for a major battle to seize back the cities of Aleppo, Jisr al-Shugour and Ariha,” Syrian military expert Ali Maqsoud went on to say.

He pointed to the Syrian army’s strategy in its battles against the terrorist in Idlib and Hama, and said, “The Syrian army conducted unique and precise strategic military operations to bring out terrorists from their hideouts and then hunt them.”

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