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Syria in Past 24 Hours: Army Gives Crushing Response to Tahrir Al-Sham’s Attacks on Civilian Camp

The Syrian army pounded the military bases and movements of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) in Aleppo in response to the terrorist group's attacks on a civilian camp which resulted in the death and injury of tens of people.

Aleppo

The Tahrir al-Sham terrorists stationed in Western Aleppo launched several attacks on al-Nayrab Refugee Camp in Aleppo which resulted in the death of eight people, including several children and injury of 14 others.

Meantime, several civilians were killed in Tahrir al-Sham’s mortar attacks on al-Jamileh district in the center of Aleppo city.

A battlefield source, meantime, pointed to the spread of mortar and rocket attacks in the towns of Nubl and al-Zahra in Northwestern Aleppo, and said that in response the Syrian Army’s missile, artillery and tanks units pounded the military positions and movements of the terrorists in all battlefronts of Western and Northern Aleppo, including the towns of Kafar Hamreh, Haritan and Andan Ma’areh al-Artiq.

The source reiterated that several military bases and positions of the terrorists in Haritan and Kafar Hamreh were destroyed in the Syrian Army attacks and all terrorists inside them were killed.

Also in the past 24 hours, at least 18 Turkey-backed terrorists were killed and wounded in Kurdish militants’ two separate military operations in Afrin, North of Aleppo province.

The Kurdish-language Hawar News website quoted Afrin Liberation Fighters as announcing that they killed three Ankara-backed militants and injured seven others in a bomb attack on the so-called Military Police affiliated to Ankara near Jandaris Garage in the center of Afrin in Northwestern Aleppo.

Meantime, the Kurdish fighters in a separate operation targeted and pounded a center of Jbahat al-Shamia in the town of al-Seyyed Ali in Ma’are region in Northern Aleppo, killing three terrorists and injuring five others.

Hama

The Syrian Army is about to complete a siege on Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at in a strategic region in Northwestern Hama as government forces continue their advances in the region and win control over vital regions.

The Syrian Army troop backed by artillery and air force continued their clashes with Tahrir al-Sham terrorists in Northwestern Hama, taking control of the towns of al-Hamra, al-Mohajerin, al-Sharei Airport and al-Samaneh Farm in Sahl al-Ghab region.

A military source, meantime, pointed to the advances by the Syrian Army troopers in Northern al-Hawiz town, and said that the Syrian Army by taking control of new regions in those regions is very close to laying siege on Tahrir al-Sham terrorists in several towns and villages in Sahl al-Ghab region in Northwestern Hama.

The Arabic-language Al-Watan, meantime, reported that the Syrian Air Force pounded the military positions and movements of terrorists in Ba’arbu regions near Jabal Shahshabu, al-Hawiz, al-Hawija, Rakaya, Abedi and Shahr Naz in Northwestern Hama, destroying several military vehicles and their hideouts.

Meantime, the Syrian Army’s artillery units and air force pounded the terrorists’ military positions and movements in al-Hobait, Kafar Sajaneh and Khan Sheikoun in Southern Idlib, destroying a military center and several positions.

Idlib

The Syrian army is preparing to regain full control of the strategic city of Khan Sheikhoun in Southern Idlib and reopen Hama-Aleppo Highway, media reports said on Wednesday.

The Arabic-language version of the Russian Sputnik news agency quoted a war correspondent as saying that the Syrian Army has spread forces to the Southern and Southwestern administrative borders of Idlib in a bid to accomplish its military operations in Sahl al-Ghab region in Northwestern Hama.

The correspondent pointed to the Syrian Army efforts to widen the scope of the military operation, and said that the trend of the military operations shows that the Syrian Army will directly move from the liberated regions in Northern Hama towards the strategic city of Khan Sheikhoun in Southern Idlib.

“Once the Syrian Army captures Khan Sheikoun, the terrorists will be militarily defeated in the town of al-Hobait and Kafar Zita in Northern Hama and will be forced to retreat from these regions,” he added.

The war correspondent, meantime, said that Syrian Army advances will also help reopen Aleppo-Hama Highway.

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