Sources close to Al-Masdar News have revealed the arrival of Colonel Suheil Al-Hassan (“Al-Nimr”) and his contingent from the Syrian Arab Army’s Special Forces brigade “Al-Qawat Al-Nimr” (Tiger Forces) in the province of Aleppo.

The Tiger Forces will be under the direct command of 1st. Sergeant Lu’ayy Sleitan, while Colonel Al-Hassan advises from afar.

1st. Sgt. Sleitan gained notoriety for his brilliance as a field commander during the Tiger Forces offensive in northern Hama – he would follow-up with another successful campaign in east Homs.

Despite the Tiger Forces arrival in Aleppo, not much is known about their whereabouts or where they are going to be concentrated; this could not be revealed to Al-Masdar News.

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