Unable to push the SAA’s Tiger Forces from the imperative Al-Mallah region in north Aleppo, Fateh Halab conglomeration of rebels announced that they plan on opening all of the Aleppo fronts to stretch the government troops thin and lift the pressure off other fronts.

Unfortunately for the Islamists of Aleppo city, all their assaults on the previously dormant Aleppo fronts ended in disastrous failures. Frantic and desperate, the jihadists launched hundreds of mortar shells, gas canisters, and home-made missiles into western Aleppo’s densely populated neighborhoods.

Continuing the carnage of civilians in government-held Aleppo, 5 civilians were killed of which one was a child and another 61 were injured, many of whom severely. The neighborhoods targeted today were predominantly Assyrian and the massive material damage can be observed in pictures taken of the scene.

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