Hama northern countryside is under constant attacks by the terrorists operating under Turkey’s supervision in Idlib, SAA defending the towns.
On November 25th, 2018, US-sponsored terrorists launched a chemical attack against a number of residential neighborhoods in the northern city of Aleppo, Syria. The attack caused 107 injuries among the residents. A source in nearby Idlib Countryside told (Arabic) Lebanese news channel Al-Mayadeen that the poisonous projectiles fired at the [Continue reading…]
A Syrian Arab Army (SAA) unit confronted and eliminated a terrorist group in the northern countryside of the central city of Hama, Syria. The terrorist unit was sneaking into Hama’s countryside from the southern Idlib countryside which is under Erdogan’s terrorist militia groups commanded by Nusra Front. One 4 wheel [Continue reading…]
During recent days, the terrorist gangs have escalated their crimes against our people. Though revealing those who remotely control them behind the scenes, from the West, the Western media of NATO countries are ignoring these attacks. Just days ago, terrorists fired mortars into four Aleppo residential neighborhoods using chemical materials. [Continue reading…]
Syria’s Foreign & Expatriates Ministry has sent letters to UN Secretary-General and to the Director-General of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), demanding an immediate investigation into last night’s terrorists’ bombings of four Aleppo neighborhoods, with ground-to-ground bomb canisters filled with weapons-grade chlorine. These letters “stressed that [Continue reading…]
SAA, the Syrian Arab Army units operating in northern Hama countryside foiled two infiltration attempts by groups of Turkey-backed terrorists towards SAA posts protecting the secured villages and towns in the region. One of the terrorist infiltration attempts was spotted by an SAA monitoring unit south of the AlZakat village [Continue reading…]
Yesterday, 27th of October, the Russian leader Vladimir Putin met with Turkey’s dictator Erdogan, France’s Macron, and German’s Chancellor Angela Merkel in Istanbul to discuss the Syrian crisis, without Syria. Nothing new in the summit, it would be better described as a ‘Deaf Dialogue‘, at least based on the statements [Continue reading…]