Una media hora después de que las “Unidades de Protección Popular” predominantemente kurdas (YPG) y sus aliados se apoderaran de la fortaleza rebelde de Tal Rifa’at en el norte de Alepo, la 154ª Brigada de la Guardia Republicana del Ejército Árabe Sirio – junto a Hezbolá, las Fuerzas de Defensa Nacional (FDN), y varias unidades paramilitares iraquíes – entraron en el pueblo de Misqan después de una violenta batalla con los rebeldes islamistas de Jabhat al-Nusra (grupo al-Qaeda Sirio), el Ejército Libre Sirio (ELS), Jabhat al-Shamiyah, y Harakat Ahrar al-Sham. 

El pueblo de Misqan se encuentra directamente al sur de Kafr Nisah, que se considera el último sitio antes de llegar al bastión rebelde de Tal Rifa’at en el campo norte de la Gobernación de Alepo. 

Según una fuente militar dentro de la capital provincial de la Gobernación de Alepo, las Fuerzas Armadas Sirias y sus aliados tienen el control del 50 por ciento de la población de Misqan y siguen avanzando hacia el norte.

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