Field sources in Northern Syria reported that the Syrian army has sent a large number of fresh forces and tens of military vehicles and equipment from Damascus to the battle fronts in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib.
They added that hundreds of army forces have also been sent to Karnaz in Northern Hama, noting that the Syrian army wants to retake control of the strategic Tal Malah and Jabin regions.
Meantime, the Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper reported that the convoys have been sent to Northern Syria in line with plans to prepare the army for extensive military operations in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib and cleanse the demilitarized zone from militants who use the region for repeated offensives against the military positions and safe towns and villages in Northern Syria.
The Syrian army troops targeted Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) terrorist groups' positions in Murak, Kafar Zita, al-Latamineh, al-Arbaeen, al-Jabin and al-Qastoun in Northern Hama and Southwestern Hama and Kafar Sajnej, Sheikh Mostafa, Arinabeh, Mara'anad and Badama in Southern Idlib with heavy artillery and missile fire in response to the militants' continued attacks, inflicting heavy damages and tolls on them.
Also, terrorist groups stationed in the town of Khan Touman in Idlib and al-Rashedeen region in Southwestern Aleppo launched rocket attacks on the town of al-Wazihi and the New Aleppo and al-Hamdaniyeh districts in Southern Aleppo, killing 13 civilians and wounding 15 others, including children, who had participated in a wedding ceremony in al-Wazihi.
Riyadh has stopped financial support for the terrorist groups in Northern Syria in line with a fresh scheme to help Kurds cut off Eastern Syria from the mainland after a Saudi-US delegation met in Deir Ezzur.
Head of the politburo of Turkey-backed Lawa al-Mo'etasam-Free Syrian Army terrorists Mostafa Sejari wrote on his twitter page on Monday that Saudi Arabia has decided to cut financial support for the regions occupied by the terrorist groups in Northern Syria.
He added that the measure was adopted after Riyadh started support for the separatist Kurdish groups in Northeastern Syria following a visit by Saudi Minister for Persian Gulf Affairs Thamer al-Sabhan to Kurdish-occupied regions.
Sejari underlined that Saudi Arabia wants to pressure Turkey, warning, "All of us will be harmed by this measure."
The residents of the Golan Heights held massive protest rallies against Israel's provocative move to name a town in the region after US President Donald Trump.
According to Fars News Agancy, the rallies were held along with the general strike in the region to protest at accelerated construction of settlements in occupied regions by Israel and installation of air turbines which has troubled farming in the region.
Tens of residents of occupied Golan in the Eastern parts of the town of Majdal al-Shams held protest rallies, stressing their Arab-Syrian identity and rejecting any Israeli plans in occupied areas, including installation of air turbines.
The protestors hoisted the Syrian government flags, voicing support for the Syrian army's measures to foil internal and foreign plots.
Meantime, the local people in Quneitra province gathered in Ain al-Daqneh region to voice solidarity with the residents of the Golan Heights and protest at Israeli plots.
Israel plans to take control over 6,000 hectares of lands belonging to the residents of the region in the villages of Majdal al-Shams, Baqa'ata, Masa'adah and Ain al-Daqneh under the pretext of installation of air turbines in the farms of occupied Golan.