“Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and Turkistani party were logistically supported from Shir al-Maqar region in their move towards the Syrian army positions in Kafar Naboudeh,” the Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted field sources in Northern Syria as saying on Thursday.
They added that the Turkish soldiers participated in the terrorists’ offensives by artillery and missile fire on the Syrian army.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.
The Turkish army forces stationed in truce-monitoring points in Shir al-Maqar in Jabal Shahshabou in Northwestern Hama have cooperated with the terrorists in their recent attacks on the town of Kafar Naboudeh, field sources in Northern Syria said.
The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted the sources as saying on Thursday that Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at and Turkistani party were logistically supported from Shir al-Maqar region in their move towards the Syrian army positions in Kafar Naboudeh, adding that the Turkish soldiers participated in the terrorists’ offensives by artillery and missile fire on the Syrian army.
They noted that the Turkish monitoring points in Northern Syria are used to monitor the Syrian army moves and military and logistic assistance to the terrorists, adding that a joint operation room consisting of Tahrir al-Sham, National Liberation Front, Turkistani Party, Jeish al-Izza, Jeish al-Ahrar and other terrorist groups has been formed.
Meantime, the Arabic-language service of Sputnik quoted a field source as saying that the Syrian army forces withdrew from Kafar Naboudeh on Wednesday after the terrorists’ repeated attacks.
He added that all terrorists’ moves are within the range of the Syrian army’s fire, noting that the army has strengthened its positions in Tal Hawash and other fronts in Northern and Northwestern Hama to retake the region.
Other reports also said that the terrorist groups misused the truce declared by the Syrian army and sent over 300 military and armored vehicles and thousands of their militants from Ankara-controlled areas in Northern and Northeastern Aleppo to Northern Hama and Southern Idlib.
Terrorists stationed in Northern Lattakia fear losing the strategic region of Kabani as the Syrian army is heavily reinvigorating its forces in the Northern parts of the province.
The Arabic-language service of Sputnik reported on Thursday that the Syrian army has sent a large number of forces and military equipment to the regions from Job al-Ahmar hills overlooking Sahl al-Ghab to the borders with Turkey in the North.
It added that the Syrian army forces had targeted all the moves and military convoys of the terrorists near Jisr al-Shaqour towards the strategic town of Kabani with artillery and missile attacks, saying that the militants fear losing the region.
The town of Kabani and the nearby hills are among the highest hills of Lattakia mountain which overlook the towns of Jabal al-Akrad in Northern Lattakia, Sahl al-Ghab region in Northern Hama and Jisr al-Shaqour as well as the Lattakia-Aleppo highway to Ariha in Idlib.
People in Northern Aleppo staged mass protests against the Turkish occupying troops and affiliated militants.
Field sources in Northern Aleppo reported on Thursday that hundreds of residents of the town of Souran in Northern Aleppo have held rallies against the Turkish forces fighting under the ‘Operations Euphrates Shield’.
They added that residents of the town attacked one of the centers in which the Turkish officials and commanders of terrorist groups had held a meeting, forcing the so-called ‘Local Council’ militants to leave the region.
The sources said that the militants opened fire at civilians to crack down on the popular uprising and sent a large number of military equipment to the regions near Souran.
People in Northern Aleppo are demanding the Turkish occupying forces to leave the region as tensions and insecurities have sorely increased in the region.