ALEPPO, SYRIA (2:50 A.M.) More than 1,200 militants from Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest), including 30 suicide bombers, are prearing to storm the southwestern corridor of Aleppo City in a new bid to lift the siege on the eastern neighborhoods.

The jihadist rebels will concentrate on the Al-Ramouseh District and Aleppo Artillery College during this upcoming offensive in southwest Aleppo, as they look to reopen the Ramouseh Road.

In northern Aleppo, another group of jihadist rebels will strike the Syrian Arab Army at the Al-Layramoun District and Al-Malaah Farms.

This jihadist assault in northern Aleppo will focus on reopening the Al-Castillo Highway, which was closed off to the latter earlier this year.

If the jihadist rebels are unsuccessful in this upcoming offensive, it could mean the end their offensive operations in Aleppo City.

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Well, they already had their asses kicked with an about 10k manpower offensive 2 months ago and now, they’re seen coming… I feel that many cluster-bombs will fall on them : the worst thing in an offensive is being seen coming… I think they hope that the FSA in the north will be able to break the SDF lines and come to rescue and opening another front… I wouldn’t be too surprised if FSA attacking SDF was making people of DIA, DoD, Paris and Berlin furious and if it’s very unlikely that USAF will target Turkish howitzers, giving their exact… Read more »

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Quite enjoy your (Daeshbag Sux) analysis on many issues that are handled on this forum.

As the EU is focused on the Regime/Russia, it would be nice to understand how Syria intends to cover the issue of West Aleppo residents being exposed to jihadists’ activities during the forthcoming attack. No matter which US, European or Nordic newspaper I read I find it difficult to understand, why jihadist warcrimes/violence is categorically extinct in the news.

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Erdolf Pasha has restarted yet another issue with Berlin. A member of the German parliament wants to visit the German soldiers and has not received a timely answer by Ankara. German soldiers abroad are controlled and therefore visited by members of parliament. Barring this visit may endanger the success of the vote on prolonging the German mission at Incirlik Air Base. p.s. There is a diplomatic cold period since the German parliament dared to call the Armenian genocide a genocide. BTW. Incirlik Air Base was build reportedly on the property of Armenians killed in the genocide. So IMHO Germany should… Read more »

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Abu Zina

Killing fields for the RuAF. Really smart!