BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:05 A.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIL) is suffering significant territorial losses at the hands of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in east Aleppo, conceding 6 villages and 1 hilltop to the government forces in a matter of 48 hours.

According to Al-Masdar’s field correspondent, Yusha Yuseef, the Syrian Arab Army managed to liberate 2 villages and 1 hilltop this morning after a fierce battle with the Islamic State forces in the Al-Bab Plateau region of east Aleppo.

“The Tiger Forces liberated the villages of Musharifah and Bayjan from Da’esh today after advancing from the Abu Jabbar axis,” Yuseef stated on Tuesday morning.

With today’s advance by the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army has now successfully secured the northern perimeter of the Kuweires Military Airport, as the village of Bayjan was a launching point for the Islamic State terrorists on the northeastern perimeter of this installation.

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Nice news:) SAA could take Rasm al-Kama. Will proceed later probabely.

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And in the south, city of Deir Hafer, on the road to Raqqa.

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Stern Daler

Deir Hafer,will be the next town that IS tries to hold. IMHO.

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Right, but later. To avoid casulaties, SAA should not enter immediately but surrender largely the city with a big buffer so they will be unable to get any supply. Make some hit and run, in a way the rats send all their VBIED. But before that you must slow down these engines with trenches and digs to give time to some troops to escape or to fire some ATGM. The most important is to reach the lake Assad and the airbase.
They rats will get their Alamo again.