Terrorists’ Offensives Repulsed by Syrian Soldiers North of Hama
The terrorists of al-Nusra Front and Jund al-Aqsa stormed the government force’s lines of defense near Ma’an, but the strong defense of the Syrian soldiers foiled their attempts.
The terrorist groups left behind at least 28 members dead and many more wounded and pulled back the remaining pockets of their forces from the battlefront.
Reports said on Tuesday that the Syrian army sent more fresh forces to backup its units against the terrorists in the Northwestern part of Hama province.
The Syrian Army dispatched more troops to the battlefields near al-Ghaab plains to confront the terrorist groups’ recent movements there.
The army’s special forces, who were deployed near Palmyra (Tadmur) in Homs province, were sent to the neighboring province of Hama to join the pro-government forces’ anti-terrorism front there.