On Tuesday morning, the Arab newspapers touched upon the field situations in Syria, especially the Russian bombing and Turkish support for Jabhet al-Nusra.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: A cautious calm in Idlib on the impact of Russian raids in Kafar Nebul
In the Syrian field, al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper said, "At least, 10 civilians were killed in Russian raids target on Monday night in the northwestern of Syria in a bombing came shortly after the declaration of a unilateral cease-fire by Moscow, the ally of the Syrian regime."
Since the dawn of Monday, violent clashes have been ongoing between the regime's forces on the one hand and Hayet Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and its allied factions on the other in the northern countryside of Hama, which falls within Idlib and areas involved in a Russian-Turkish truce. The battles coincided with Russian raids and heavy bombardment of the regime's forces, which reached many cities and towns in the region.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that 10 civilians were killed including five children and four women as a result of Russian raids on Sunday night, targeting the town of Kafar Nebul and its surroundings in Idlib southwestern countryside.
According to the Observatory, one of the raids targeted the surrounding of a hospital in the town, so that it has become out of the service.
Al-Watan: Erdogan's regime seeks to strengthen its negotiating position, raise the morale of its terrorists and modify the balance of power ... The truce of 72 has crumbled by violations of the terrorists and reinforcements of Turkey
For its part, the Syrian newspaper of al-Watan said, "Before the end of the truce, which is supposed to end at midnight on Monday-Tuesday, the truce of 72 hours in the north of the country fell apart after being violated by the organization of Jahbet al-Nusra and its allies several times, the most recent was at dawn yesterday."
In an effort to strengthen Ankara's negotiating position, raise the morale of worn-out terrorists, and adjust the balance of power that favors the Syrian army on the ground, the Turkish regime threw its weight alongside the terrorists in the battle of Idlib and neighboring countryside. The Syrian army has made significant progress since its inception. Ankara has sent hundreds of terrorists from northern and northern-eastern countryside of Aleppo along with them on the fronts of the villages of Hama and Idlib.
The sources pointed out that more than 500 terrorists from "Ahrar al-Sharqiyya" were transferred on Monday from the countryside of Aleppo to the contact lines in the northern and north-eastern countryside of Hama, one day after the transfer of a similar number of the militia of «al-Jabha al-Shmiyya » to Sahel al-Gab in try to stop the advance of the Syrian army on the ground, noting that the total number of militants who arrived reached more than 2,500 terrorists.