Syria’s war on the US-led NATO-sponsored terrorism continues as the Syrian Arab Army and the Russian Aerospace Army retaliate to the escalated terrorist attacks in the countryside of Idlib, Aleppo, Hama, and Latakia in the northwest of the country; 16 Syrian soldiers were murdered by the combined forces of the NATO ‘defensive’ alliance and over 45 terrorists eliminated in the past 72 hours alone.
In chronological order and after our last update last Sunday 27 August on the northwestern front:
28 August, 00:35 am, the heavy artillery of the Syrian Arab Army shells the dens of al Qaeda terrorists on the outskirts of the town of Fatira in the Al Zawya Mountain in Idlib’s southern countryside, multiple reports confirmed the killing and injuring of several terrorists.
00:45 am, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) units fire a barrage of pinpointed guided missiles at the gatherings of al Qaeda Levant (aka Nusra Front, HTS, ‘Moderate Rebels’…) across the axis of Al Zawya Mountain in the southern Idlib countryside.
01:00 am, SAA units continue bombing the terrorists on the Fatira – Al Malaha axis in Al Zawya Mountain in the southern Idlib countryside with guided missiles and heavy artillery, the bombing continues through 1 pm and destroys rocket launchpads and military gear used by the NATO Turkey-sponsored Nusra Front terrorists, reports of at least 4 confirmed terrorists killed and others injured.
2:15 am, Russian fighter jets join the SAA artillery and rockets bombing of Nusra Front posts on the outskirts of the town of Fatira in the southern Idlib countryside.
2:25 am, reports that the killed terrorists of the Nusra Front in the bombing of their posts on the outskirts of the town of Fatira are from one of its sub-groups calling itself Ansar Tawhid, formerly known as Jund Al Aqsa, an ISIS affiliate whose members are mostly foreigners.
3:35 and 3:40 am, sorties of Russian fighter jets resume their bombing of the Nusra Front posts in the Al Zawya Mountain axis in southern Idlib countryside.
3:45 am, the Russian fighter jets bomb a Nusra Front post on the outskirts of the city of Ariha, 11 kilometers to the south of the city of Idlib.
4:00 am, SAA artillery continues bombing Nusra Front posts on the outskirts of Fatira. The terrorist organization sponsored by NATO, the ‘defensive’ alliance, imposed a total media blackout to hide its losses especially since the killed terrorists are mostly foreigners.
4:30 am, Israel bombs the main runway of Aleppo International Airport causing material damage to the commercial airport and taking it out of service in its desperate attempts to aid Al Qaeda terrorists in nearby southern Idlib countryside.
6:00 pm, the Syrian Ministry of Defense issues a statement about the escalations in Idlib countryside:
“In response to the recent attacks carried out by terrorist organizations on the military posts of our forces operating in the Hama and Idlib countryside, units of our armed forces, in cooperation with Russian warplanes, carried out air and missile strikes on the headquarters of terrorist organizations affiliated with Ansar al-Tawhid and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) in the southern Idlib countryside, which led to the complete destruction of those headquarters, including weapons, equipment, and ammunition, and the killing of large numbers of terrorists and their leaders, including: Mahmoud Sarmini – Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham Mamdouh Alloush – Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham Abu Rayyan Mawa – Ansar al-Tawhid organization Abu Qasura al-Gharbi – Ansar al-Tawhid organization.”
6:15 pm, a sniper of the Syrian Arab Army eliminates a ‘famed’ sniper of the Nusra Front a so-called Hussein Boga in the northern Latakia countryside.
6:50 pm, SAA heavy artillery bombs a gathering of the Nusra Front on the Kafrnaal axis in the western Aleppo countryside. Several terrorists were killed and injured, among the confirmed killed was their local commander Muhammad Al Dibo nicknamed Abu Al Muthanna.
30 August, 11:10 am, SAA bombs Nusra Front posts in Al Zawya Mountain in the southern Idlib countryside with heavy artillery and guided rockets.
6:45 pm, Russian fighter jets bombed the Nusra Front (al Qaeda Levant aka HTS) on the outskirts of Kansafra, Al Zawya Mountain in the southern Idlib countryside.
7:00 pm, SAA bombs gatherings and posts of the Nusra Front in Al Zawya Mountain with grad missiles as the Russian fighter jets continue their sorties, 5 within one hour, against Nusra Front posts on the outskirts of Al-Bara town in southern Idlib countryside.
31 August, 6:10 am, SAA units bomb with grad missiles and heavy artillery Nusra Front gatherings and posts on the outskirts of Al-Bara, Kansafra, Fatira, and Kafrawayed in the Al Zawya Mountain in southern Idlib countryside and in the northern Latakia countryside.
9:10 pm, the Syrian Ministry of Defense issues the following statement:
“In response to the attacks carried out by terrorist organizations during the past days on the positions of our armed forces operating in the Hama and Idlib countryside, and after careful monitoring and follow-up of the movements of terrorist organizations in the aforementioned region, units of our armed forces, in cooperation with friendly Russian warplanes, carried out air and missile strikes on the headquarters of terrorist organizations and destroyed those headquarters, including the weapons, equipment, and ammunition they contained, and destroyed a rocket launcher, in addition to killing and wounding dozens of terrorists. Among the dead terrorists who were identified: Abdul Rahman Ayyash Abu Osama – Jamal Al-Din Abu Wassouf – Osama Al-Attar Abu Nour – Subhi Sheikh Al-Hara – Mahmoud Musa Abu Taha.”
01 September, 11:00 am, large groups of NATO Turkey-sponsored Nusra Front (Al Qaeda Levant – HTS) attack a Syrian Arab Army post near Manbij in the eastern countryside of Aleppo. Several SAA soldiers were killed and injured in this attack.
11:25 am, Syrian Arab Army units retaliated to the above terrorist attack by bombing the illegal military base of the NATO Turkish Army in the town of Balyoun in the Al Zawya Mountain, southern Idlib countryside.
SAA artillery bombs the NATO-sponsored al Qaeda Levant (Nusra Front – HTS) gatherings and posts on the outskirts of Maaratah, Kansafrah, and Al-Bara, and destroys an observation and artillery post of al Qaeda protecting the illegal Turkish Army base in the Balyoun town.
SAA artillery bombs Nusra Front posts near Al Wisatah and Al Qasr in the western Aleppo countryside, and Al Sarmaniyeh, Dweir Al Akrad, and Al Ghab Plains in the western Hama countryside.
SAA unit protecting the town of Al Sarraf in Latakia’s northern countryside repels a large Nusra Front terrorist attack and bombs with heavy artillery the posts the terrorists came from.
12:10 pm, the illegal Turkish Army base in the village of Beldaq in eastern Aleppo countryside is bombed with grad missiles.
Local sources in Manbij said that the Nusra Front terrorists who attacked the Syrian Army post took advantage of the fratricide between the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist terrorists and their former terrorist subcontractors, the so-called Deir Ezzor Military Council (DEMC), and sneaked toward the SAA post disguised as tribal members of the DEMC asking for refuge before attacking the SAA post.
12:50 pm, SAA units bomb with grad missiles the Nusra Front posts on the outskirts of Kafrawayed in Al Zawya Mountain, southern Idlib countryside.
3:20 pm, 8 terrorists of a so-called ‘Muwaya Brigade’ of the Nusra Front were killed and 6 others injured on the Al Sarraf axis in northern Latakia countryside. Two of the eliminated terrorists were identified as Mughira Al Shami and Abu Staif Bishlamon.
4:55 pm, SAA artillery, and grad missiles target the posts of the Nusra Front in the axes of Al Zawaya Mountain in southern Idlib countryside, al Ghab Plains in western Hama countryside, and the northern countryside of Latakia.
11:00 pm, a Syrian military source said that 16 Syrian soldiers were killed in the Nusra Front attack on their post in the Al Sarraf town in northern Latakia countryside earlier in the morning.
The martyrs were awarded the rank of Honorary Lieutenant and were identified:
- Muhammad Abdul Wahhab Munir Ibrahim – Aleppo
- Muhammad Jassim Al Janoud – Aleppo
- Khalid Muhammad Al Shaikha – Damascus Countryside
- Ali Ahmad Dadoush – Homs
- Ahmad Khalid Al Saydnawi – Harasta, Damascus Countryside
- Muhammad Mahmoud Nouro – Harasta, Damascus Countryside
- Khalid Aymand Al Masri – Damascus
- Khalid Bashar Hourani – Damascus
- Muhammad Mahir Wais – Homs
- Mufid Samir Darbouli – Homs
- Asif Hatem Haidar – Homs
- Muhammad Samir Al Bitar – Damascus
- Bashar Muhammad Affani – Damascus
- Bassam Abdul Aziz Qabalan – Damascus Countryside
- Muhammad Ayman Hourani – Damascus
- Mudar Mahmoud Ismail – Qardaha, Latakia countryside
02 September, 2:10 am, SAA units bomb Nusra Front posts in eastern Idlib countryside with artillery and missiles.
10:25 am, SAA units bomb Nusra Front posts on the Kansafra axis in Al Zawya Mountain in southern Idlib countryside with Krasnopol laser-guided missiles.
11:50 am, SAA units bomb with heavy artillery and grad missiles the posts of the Nusra Front in the western Aleppo countryside.
3:00 pm, reports from Idlib said that the so-called Ansar Tawhid terrorist group of Nusra Front lost at least 40 terrorists confirmed killed in the bombing by the Syrian and Russian armies within the past 5 days.
8:00 pm, SAA units resume intensive bombing with heavy artillery at the posts and gatherings of the Nusra Front in western Aleppo countryside and on the outskirts of the town of Fatira in Al Zawya Mountain, southern Idlib countryside.
8:40 pm, SAA grad missiles and heavy artillery bomb a gathering of Nusra Front terrorists on a hill in western Aleppo countryside; the terrorist group was plotting an attack on the axis of Urum al-Sughra village and 46th Division of the SAA.
10:35 pm, multiple reports from local sources in northwestern Syria confirm that the Nusra Front posts in the entire front from Aleppo’s western countryside to southern Idlib countryside are under heavy artillery and missile grad bombing by the Syrian Arab Army.
11:55 pm, Russian fighter jets bomb the Turkey-sponsored terrorists in the Al Mahmoudiyah village near Manbij, in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo.
The hospitals in the areas occupied by the assorted forces al Qaeda, ISIS, and the Turkish Army of the NATO ‘defensive’ alliance in northwest Syria are overwhelmed with the bodies and injured terrorists, the terrorists had to rush their injured to the furthest northern Syrian city of Jarabulus at the borders with Turkey.
US-led NATO ‘defensive’ alliance has decided to escalate its war on Syria after failing miserably in its war on Russia using Ukraine as its proxy and after the Axis of Resistance (Syria, the Lebanese Hezb Allah, Iraqi PMU, Iran, Yemen, and the Palestinian resistance factions) has gained enough power to challenge the illegal presence of the terrorist forces of the NATO ‘defensive’ alliance in West Asia.
Losing in Syria was enough to tilt the global power back to near normal after decades of absolute US hegemony following the collapse of the Soviet Union; Losing in Ukraine was the straw that broke the back of the Western pig, therefore, the US-led NATO ‘defensive’ alliance is trying to gather its last resources in order to at least maintain the status quo in West Asia without escalating to a regional war, threading on thin lines.
The Biden junta in the US election year cannot afford to lose further, especially after the Afghanistan debacle, if it manages to implement its plan conveyed to the Iraqi Prime Minister of cutting the Syria – Iraq route through the Syrian Bu Kamal and Iraqi Al Qaim border towns, then it can extend its illegal presence in West Asia until after the US elections. The Axis of Resistance will go to an all-out regional war with the USA and its proxies if the US tries to block this vital Iraqi-Syrian route, even if it will lead to a global inferno, the reply that was given to the US’s envoys from the Axis of Resistance.
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