Aleppo, Syria (6:35 A.M.) – The Syrian ceasefire has temporarily halted the hostilities between the government and opposition forces across the country.

However, the war is far from over and both sides are not likely to commit to any long-term agreement that might hinder their ability to seize more Syrian land.

For the Syrian Armed Forces, the 7 day ceasefire is a short break from the intense fighting, but once this over; it is back to front-lines in Aleppo.

The Syrian Arab Army has already flooded the province with reinforcements from the Republican Guard; however, they will also be joined by fighters from Hezbollah, Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi paramilitary), and the IRGC.

The military objective is the southern Aleppo countryside; specifically, Tal Al-‘Eiss and Khan Touman.

If these two villages are captured by the pro-government forces, then they will have fire control over the Aleppo-Damascus Highway (M-5 Highway).

 

 

 

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ThoughtCriminal
ThoughtCriminal
2016-09-13 05:00

Wouldn’t that run counter to the ceasefire itself?

Timothy W. Crane
Timothy W. Crane
2016-09-13 06:56

A waste of text. There is no cease fire. Anti-Rebel propaganda for an ill informed Western Audience

Отходы текста. Там нет прекращение огня. Анти-Rebel пропаганда для плохо информированы западной аудитории

مضيعة للالنص. ليس هناك وقف إطلاق النار. الدعاية المناهضة للمتمردين لجمهور غربي مطلع سوء

falcemartello
falcemartello
2016-09-13 10:21

Well said its all 4 the western sHeeple and saving face for Pax Americana failed attempt in putting in a puppet. The battle is still going and most of the takfiris have blatantly and publicly stated they will not abide by the COH. . Thew Iranians and Russians are only further exposing the washington consensus hypocrisy about legitimate governments and evil despot leaders and freedom democracy and the american way . Its all about protecting the petro-dollar .Saddam, Qadaffi and Assad as well as Iran all threaten the petro dollar and then their is Geni Oil Company Gaza Golan and… Read more »

Kahlil Al Salil
Kahlil Al Salil
2016-09-13 07:57

@Zachary_Royall so more lies by Assad and west. That’s why we continue our jihad

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2016-09-13 12:43

Blow up