Hezbollah has returned to the southern Aleppo front after taking a one month long hiatus to help the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the East Ghouta region of Greater Damascus.

The Lebanese organization was able to help drive back the jihadist rebels (primarily Jabhat Al-Nusra) from the villages of Zeitan and Khalsah after the latter broke-through the National Defense Forces’ (NDF) front-lines.

With Hezbollah’s return to the southern Aleppo front, the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies will receive a major boost in numbers and fighting experience.

 

 

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Ali BILAL
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Ali BILAL

Everything will change in southern Aleppo now. Watch and relish. “GOD’s party will surely be victorious”

Jens
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Jens

Good, now clean this mess up please..

RZ
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RZ

@Syria_Protector yes and we have 5 martyrs yesterday while repelling JN offensive

tim
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tim

there is no video

Sunset
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Sunset

Video missing

Castellotti Gianfranco
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Castellotti Gianfranco

no video why?

Sufyan Jan
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Sufyan Jan

Ollie Richardson Eugene Montsalvat

Anuj Kadyan
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Anuj Kadyan

God bless the Sheikh, Hassan Nasrallah who it seems is Imam Mehdi returned. He always inspired the good & crushed evil ????????????

Sed Kim
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Sed Kim

Hezbollah just returns and Putin calls for a 48 hour ceasefire in Aleppo as initiated by US