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Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Fends Off Terrorists’ Attack in Hama



A serious offensive by the terrorists on the Syrian army’s military points in Northern Hama was warded off by the government troops.

The terrorists sustained heavy losses and casualties during the army’s counteroffensive in Northern Hama.

The Syrian army units engaged in fierce clashes with the terrorists who had attacked the government troops’ positions in al-Masasaneh village in Northern Hama.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.


The Syrian army warded off a serious offensive by the terrorists on their military points in Northern Hama, inflicting heavy losses and casualties on the militants.

The Syrian army units engaged in fierce clashes with the terrorists who had attacked the government troops’ positions in al-Masasaneh village in Northern Hama.

Meantime, the Syrian army’s artillery and missile units heavily pounded the terrorists’ positions and movements in the towns of al-Hawijeh, al-Hawiz, Qala al-Maziq, Markabeh, al-Habit, al-Arbayeen, al-Tamaneh and Kafar Zita North and Northwest of Hama.

Meantime, a field source also pointed to the tough fight between the Syrian forces and the terrorists in Humeimem Front North of Hama, and said the Syrian troops killed a large number of terrorists and destroyed their military equipment.

In a relevant development on Thursday, field sources reported that Jama’at Haras al-Din, Jama’at Anaser al-Tawhid, Jeish al-Badiyeh, Jond al-Malahem, Jeish al-Sahel and other terrorist groups had sent a large number of militants and military equipment to Northwestern Hama and Southern Idlib in the past few days to launch massive attacks against the army.

The Syrian air force pounded the terrorists’ positions and moves in the towns of Kafr Zita and Kafr Naboudeh and the villages of al-Zaka, al-Jaisat and al-Sakhar in Northern Hama and the towns of Ma’artaharmeh and Naqir in Southern Idlib, destroying a military convoy in al-Zaka and killing a large number of militants.

Also, the army’s artillery units launched fierce attacks against the regions occupied by the terrorists in the town of al-Habit and the village of Tahtaya in Southern Idlib and other areas in Northern and Northwestern Hama, inflicting heavy damages on them.

Meantime, the Syrian army troops dispatched a large number of military forces and equipment to Southern Idlib and Northwestern Hama, reinforcing their positions in these regions.


The Syrian army advanced from several directions in the surrounding areas of Hajar al-Aswad in Southern Damascus forcing a number of ISIL commanders to escape from the region.

The Syrian government troops, backed by the army’s artillery and missile units, engaged in heavy clashes with the ISIL terrorists Northwest of Hajar al-Aswad region in Southern Damascus, and imposed control over several buildings in al-Joureh district.

The Syrian troops also advanced West of Hajar al-Aswad on a road in al-Madenieh region and secured control over several buildings.

In the meantime, the Syrian army troops also managed to take control of several new positions in al-Tazamon region to the Northeast of Hajar al-Aswad.

Field sources also reported that a number if ISIL terrorists, including ISIL mufti Aous Haydar, Wiam Khartabil and Kayed Qasem fled towards Yalda region.

Meantime, the Syrian government troops found chemical weapons from Germany and Britain in Damascus.

“In the depot with chemical weapons left by terrorists in Douma, we have found chemicals from Germany, the United Kingdom, from the Porton-Down laboratory in Salisbury,” Syria’s deputy envoy to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Ghassan Obaid said after a briefing in The Hague, Sputnik reported.

He called on OPCW experts to visit the site and expressed hope that it will finally dispel all allegations.

The envoy’s statement echoes Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova’s earlier statement that containers with chlorine and smoke bombsmanufactured in Britain and Germany had been found in the territories liberated from militants in Eastern Ghouta.

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