The Syrian Army, backed by the Palestinian Liwa al-Quds fighters, continue their advance in Owaija district in northern Aleppo amid intensifying battles with rebel groups.

Today, the government forces managed to recapture several governmental and industrial facilities including the Water Supply Authority, Al-Sharq brewery, the Carpet factory and others.

The advance was substantially backed up by Russian fighter jets which pounded rebel supply routes to the battlefronts, thus preventing reinforcements from rebel-held districts.

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Fierce battle are currently being fought with the government forces and allies attempting to recapture the strategic Al-Jandoul roundabout.

Meanwhile, government troops pushes deeper into the rebel-stronghold of Al-Ameryiah district in southern Aleppo, recapturing 10 residential blocks.

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    • There aren’t only muslims in Syria and to be frank, I know muslims that don’t give a fuck about the ban on alcohol… That’s why they are considered “moderate muslims”, LOL. Well, in fact, as most of “muslims”, they are just so because their parents were in before and it’s the same thing for most of religions… Happily! Wasn’t it the case, we’d have much more sectarian problems anywhere…