The Syrian Army’s has continued its rapid advancement in the eastern Aleppo countryside by liberating two towns from ISIS.

The Tiger Forces of the Syrian Army has led the charge in the eastern Aleppo countryside by liberating Al-ra’oufiyah and Abu Jadha Kabir from the terrorist group.

Earlier, it was reported by Al-Masdar News that the Syrian Army has liberated more than 100 villages in eastern Aleppo since January 13th from ISIS.

This latest advancement by the Tiger Forces has positioned them to strike the Islamic State’s last two strongholds in the province: Khafsa and Deir Hafer.

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