Syrian Troops Suffer More Casualties From Guided Missile Strikes In Greater Idlib (Videos)


On January 23, Greater Idlib militants carried out new attacks with anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs) on Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions around the region.

The Turkish-backed National Front for Liberation (NFL) targeted a fortified position of the SAA in northern Lattakia and an army mortar position in the area Minyan in Aleppo city outskirt.

From its side, Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) destroyed a truck carrying Syrian service members in the southeastern Idlib countryside.

Moreover in southeast Idlib, Jaysh al-Izza targeted what it claimed to be a Kornet ATGM launcher of the Syrian military in the vicinity of the town of al-Tah.

The last two weeks was marked by a significant increase in militants ATGM attacks on pro-government forces around Greater Idlib.

Several opposition sources claim that the militants received a new batch of U.S.-made TOW ATGMs from Turkey or the U.S. itself. However, this is yet to be verified.

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  • Z.P.

    Why are you posting crap like that?!?
    How could it be that SAA can’t cope with the daily problems suddenly?!
    What is all this suppose to mean?
    Is South Front taken over by Turkey or Jews?!?

  • good american

    Geezlouis, sounds like the Syrians are channeling the Saudis in Yemen. I hope they develop effective counter measures. My heart goes out to them.

  • Red Pilled ThoughtCrimes

    they must be getting desperate,