Syrian Army liberates another ISIS controlled village in east Hama
The Syrian Arab Army’s 66th Brigade of the 11th Tank Division – backed by the National Defense Forces (NDF) – liberated another site in the Al-Salamiyah District after pushing 7 km deep into the ISIS’s east Hama heartland yesterday.
According to the latest report from east Hama, the Syrian Armed Forces liberated the village of Dhahrah Tabarah Al-Deibah after a short battle with the remaining ISIS terrorists in this area.
The Syrian Armed Forces put themselves in position to secure Dhahrah Tabarah Al-Deibah when they seized its imperative hilltop that overlooks this small village in the central part of the Al-Salamiyah District.
The recent advance by the Syrian Armed Forces in the east Hama countryside has put them in position to strike the ISIS strongholds of ‘Abu Hubalyat and Abu Hanaya; these two villages have been under the terrorist group’s control since late 2014.