Terrorists attempt revenge for East Ghouta, open new front in Hama

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NORTH HAMA, Syria – An assortment of terrorist organizations have launched a new operation against the Syrian Army in northern Hama countryside dubbed as “Anger for Ghouta.”

The supposed inspiration for such a desperate offensive in another part of Syria is meant to act out in revenge for the Syrian Army’s impressive drive against terrorist organizations in East Ghouta to the east of Damascus city center.

 

The attack will be especially wanted after the Syrian Army exterminated tens of terrorists, including prominent commanders, last night in a deadly air raid. This would also be wanted as the Syrian Army discovered a chemical weapons factory used by terrorists in East Ghouta. Details of this can be read here.

Some of the terrorist groups involved in this offensive are Jaysh al-Izza and Jaysh al-Nasr who are affiliated with the Free Syrian Army, in combination with Al-Qaeda affiliates Jabhut al-Nusra and the Turkistan Islamic Party. Their front spreads from Magha’ir to Al-Hamamiyat in the northern countryside of Hama province.

 

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