Sahl Al-Ghab | Regime forces recapture areas from jihadist groups, and death toll among both sides reaches 41 in shelling and clashes
SOHR sources say that regime forces were able to regain control of the villages of Al-Fatatra and Al-Manara in Sahl Al-Ghab in north-west rural Hama. The recaptures followed the withdrawal of jihadist groups from the two villages in the wake of Russian airstrikes and intensive regime ground bombardment.
SOHR activists have documented further fatalities as a result of air and ground bombardment and fierce clashes. The death toll of jihadist groups in the “Waharid al-Mu’minin” operations room has risen to 22, including a commander of Syrian nationality, while 19 regime soldiers were killed in the jihadists’ attack.
On May 10, SOHR sources reported that regime forces regained control of the village of Tanjara (Al-Manara) in Sahl Al-Ghab in the north-western countryside of Hama, nearly 24 hours after losing the village to jihadist groups affiliated with the operation room of the “Waharid Al-Mu’minin “. The recapture was backed by an intensive and violent rocket attacks through dozens of rocket-propelled grenades and after several failed attempts. However, they were able to recapture it after midnight.
SOHR activists documented the death of 36 people among regime soldiers and loyal militiamen, while the number of fatalities among jihadi groups reached 19, due to the intensive shelling and fierce clashes.