The Syrian Arab Army’s elite special forces division known as the “Tiger Forces” are advancing near the Kuweires Military Airport once again, capturing two villages from the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) in the Aleppo Governorate’s eastern countryside.

According to a military source that is embedded with the Tiger Forces in east Aleppo, the latter – in coordination with the National Defense Forces (NDF) of Al-Salamiyah and Aleppo City – imposed full control over the villages of Jarouf and Tal Sharbi’ after an intense battle with the ISIS terrorists along this volatile front on Saturday afternoon.

The source added that both Tal Sharbi’ and Jarouf are located to the north of the Kuweires Military Airport and neighbors the captured village of Nasrallah.

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Daahireeto Mohamud
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Well, it is good thing for SAA to advance in that area , however, I think in that region there is US military plan at play, the capture of Tashrin Dam by the YPG and other US backed rebels seem to be aimed at US’s long sought ”ISIS free zone” in that region, I do not know if the US, Russia and SAA are coordinating to cut off ISIS routes to Turkey, but if there is no shared strategy I would argue if ISIS collapses in Nothern Aleppo that could play into hands of the US and Turkey since their… Read more »