BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:40 P.M.) – The jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab and Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham carried out another heinous massacre prior to leaving the last east Aleppo neighborhoods this past week, an SAA officer from the Republican Guard told Al-Masdar News on Friday.

Over 100 hostages from the Syrian Arab Army, mostly young men between the ages of 18-25, were summarily executed by the jihadist rebels prior to their departure from the Sukkari and Bustan Al-Qasr districts of east Aleppo.

“These massacred soldiers were comprised of men that were captured by the jihadist rebels over a four year span in the Aleppo Governorate; they were unable to smuggle their hostages from the Sukkari School, so they chose to execute them instead,” the SAA officer added.

Photo of massacred soldiers released by pro-government activists in east Aleppo

The photos above were released by pro-government journalists reporting from eastern Aleppo – the soldiers have not yet been identified.

Some reports indicate that a large number of the executed soldiers were beheaded before the jihadist rebels left; this could not be verified by Al-Masdar.

The Syrian Arab Army’s High Command demanded the release of these soldiers before the jihadists departed from east Aleppo; however, the latter denied having any hostages.

More details to come…

 

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Floriangeyer
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The people of the USA should hang their heads in shame for what is being done in their name by terrorists that their leaders sponsor.

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Rus Sky

There will another chance in Idlib soon.

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I agree. It’s just a question of time!

Assad must stay
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Assad must stay

What thay can do, it is to put their head in the sand, like ostruch.
That will reflect the reality.

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Why would they care? It’s not their problem, even if it ends in a regional war 😀

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Florian : AGAIN : NO BUDGET WAS VOTED BY CONGRESS for this, moreover, it would be totally illegal to fund such operation. In other terms, US do not sponsor these terrorists! And they also didn’t paid for TOW missiles : KSA bought 15,000 of these ATGMs in 2014. The sponsoring doesn’t comes from the US at all. Note, I’m NOT saying they’re not implied, FAR from it! BUT, they aren’t the sponsor at all! Action was limited to “logistics” (moving weapons), training and political/PR support. The vetting for TOWs comes at the point that as a buyer of US weapons,… Read more »

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Cyriak Papasissis

It was a mistake to let them free to leave , escaping their just punishment. A big show of hypocrisy was played out with the so-called ”mediation” of Turkey in ”convincing” the terrorists to leave. There should never be any negotiations. And major blame for this crime lies with the French , British and US ambassadors in the UNSC , for all of the theater they put up , pressuring Russia and Syria to let them go scot-free. The Syrians alone should have the upper hand in decisions , as an aggrieved sovereign party , letting them starve or surrender… Read more »

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Cyriak, Although I agree with your sentiment, there is an argument that eradicating the Takfiri bandits and terrorists in the dense urban environment of East Aleppo would have taken a huge toll in civilian and SAA + Allies lives. Some of the best fighters for the Syrian government would have been killed and injured and their units reduced on combat effectiveness. It is a gamble BUT the large concentration of Takfiri terror gangs in Idlib and close to Al Bab with the Turkish army, will in time be a better area to enable the use of more destructive weapons that… Read more »

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Karma in what? You are twisted my friend : this is CLEARLY a Qatar/KSA/Turkey project! NATO? Where do you see the alliance? If NATO was activated, Well, the few countries able to whithstand such an action are Russia or China and it’d go nuclear! NATO can put any country on its knees, straight back to the middle ages or stone-age in 48 hours! US action is very limited and secondary, same for YOUR country, UK : political+PR support, facilitating weapon smuggling and training the takfiris! These already serious violations of international laws and even casus beli. So karma would be… Read more »

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Amin

Hum. Moderate rebels.

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And after the massacre the Syrian government under Russian request got hundreds of comfortable green buses to transfer many of the terrorist assassins to another place for a well deserved rest after the tremendous negotiation between Iran, Russia with Turkey in representation of Uncle Sam, and all of those animals safeguarded by the unilateral pause of the good-natured Russians at the time.
What the good and wonderful fate of the defeated terrorists of Allepo.

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With the number of strikes in the Idlib governorate, they’ll have problems to sleep. If you want to stop the conflict, Turkey although being in the 2nd circle is THE hub that leads to the “Syrian campaign” (I use Soros ‘words’, as he has an “Ukraine Campaign” too). Pushing Turkey into dropping being this hub is the main key to be able to end the conflict. Anyway, Turkey is really on the verge of implosion, it f*****g smells the balkanisation and a f*****g civil-war, not counting the now crumbling economy, nobody wanting to do tourism anymore there, a push to… Read more »

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Egon ueberich

Look at the first picture (the left guy and his sweashirt) Here are the posible murder of this guy http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=10f_1481658555