Aleppo, Syria (4:25 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) large-scale counter-assault in southern Aleppo finally paid off on Sunday, as they were able to establish full control over the strategic Artillery Academy.

According to Al-Masdar’s direct contacts from the Tiger Forces in southern Aleppo, the jihadist rebels of Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest) suffered over 200 casualties during the battle for the Artillery Academy on Sunday.

The military sources added that Jaysh Al-Fateh’s defenses completely collapsed after the Tiger Forces and Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary) overran their positions at the central buildings in the Artillery Academy.

With the capture of the Aleppo Artillery Academy on Sunday, the Syrian Armed Forces will likely turn their attention to the southern sector of the 1070 Al-Hamdaniyah Housing Project; this area is still under Jaysh Al-Fateh control.

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Kopfz
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Now watch, the Syrian forces will fall back the second a twig snaps.

Less than 24 hours later, they’ll repeat this offensive with similar casualties to the terrorists.

Likely, the terrorists will now be in panic mode, assembling the last of their elite forces to attempt to retake these positions in a hasty counter-offensive. Terrorists have still not understood that since the Russians went in, they’re no longer play war, they’re playing Chess. If the SAA can bait and eliminate the terrorists best forces in a favourable arena, they most certainly will.

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Blackhawk

Yesss now make rain of fire over them!!!

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Taking the initiative worked out. But if the SAA should had been doing this from the beginning of the war, it would have been over by now, and less Syrians, including that poor boy with Mediterranean anemia, would have been beheaded by the foreign-sponsored goons.

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well, increased Russian air support (more high-end precision stuff) is a big part of the success here.

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They are rotting in h**l.

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@leithfadel God d**n. Rebels can’t keep doing these kinds of battles. Government really is best in heavy infantry combat.

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Yes they can…
And let’s hope no european shithadist will come back unless it’s in a coffin or a bodybag although I doubt many are willing to pay for moving it… Well, at least, if they died weapons in their hands, the Valkyrie came for them and now they’re in Valhalla getting drunk with Odin…

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JoyMadrugada R

Al Quds despite the losses in the begin of your fight in Aleppo (NE Aleppo) you became another effective and experience unit like Tiger Congratulations!

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Patrick Woolley

The US no longer wants to make a ceasefire deal with Russia because their ‘rebels’ are back to being under siege?