المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The rebel and Islamic factions retreat in the northern countryside of Hama and withdraw of more areas, pace of shelling and clashes decrease  

Hama province- the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the regime forces supported by militiamen loyal to them of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities managed to completely restore Halfaya town in the northern countryside of Hama, in addition to restoring Tallat al-Nasiriya and the farms of Sen Sahar and al-Wibda, and Btish village and al-Trabie’a checkpoint in the same countryside, after violent clashes against the rebel and Islamic factions and Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham in Tallat al-Nasiriya, after that the factions withdrew from Halfaya and other areas because of the Strategic importance of the Tallat al-Nasriyyeh in monitoring the mentioned areas, also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the rebel and Islamic factions have also withdrew from villages in al-Zowwar area and more other areas of which they used to control, and they withdrew to the areas of Zellin, al-Masasneh, al-Bwayda and the vicinity of Lahaya, while the regime forces are inspecting the areas which the Factions withdrew from and advancing into these areas and strengthening their points and positions.

The withdrawal of the Factions from the areas they advanced to within the battle of “Marwan Hadid” in August and September of the last year 2016 was coincided with shelling by regime forces on areas in the northern countryside of Hama, and also coincided with shelling by helicopters using barrel bombs on areas in al-Lataminah, and raids by warplanes on areas of the factions and their controlled areas, and other areas in al-Lataminah town with missile and artillery shelling after it targeted the town, while an exchange of gunshots is heard in the northern countryside of Hama, caused by exchange of gunshots between the rebel and Islamic factions against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities.

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