Syrian Army blows past ISIL’s lines to seize large town in northeast Hama
Syrian Arab Army (SAA) seized the town of Abu Hariq in the northeastern countryside of the Hama Governorate.
Led by Republican Guard and 5th Legion units, the Syrian Arab Army began the day by storming the Islamic State’s (ISIL) large pocket in northeastern countryside of Hama.
Following an intense battle with the Islamic State terrorists, the Syrian Arab Army managed to infiltrate the terrorist group’s lines, seizing Abu Hariq this afternoon.
The Syrian Army is now attempting to secure the town by attacking the Islamic State’s positions around Abu Hariq – fierce clashes ongoing.