Hace unos instantes, las Fuerzas Tigre del Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) han tomado el control total de la población de Tadef, después de fuertes enfrentamientos con los combatientes de la organización terrorista Estado Islámico (ISIS).

Tadef se encuentra a sólo un kilómetro al sur de al-Bab, ciudad al este de Alepo que las fuerzas rebeldes apoyadas por Turquía capturaron el pasado jueves.

Según Majd Fahd, reportero de Al-Masdar, la artillería del Ejército sirio, así como su Fuerza Área, han estado bombardeando la localidad de Tadef preparando así el terreno para la ofensiva que realizarían las Fuerzas Tigre para hacerse con el control de la ciudad.

En los últimos 5 días, las Fuerzas Tigre han liberado 16 pueblos de ISIS en el este de la gobernación de Alepo.

Hasta el momento no está claro si las Fuerzas Tigre iniciarán un asalto contra al-Bab aunque el Alto Mando Militar del Ejército Árabe Sirio haya dado luz verde para ello.

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Spanish activist. Covering Middle East conflicts. History lover.

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