As Syrian government forces now control 60% of the imperative city of Aleppo, and jihadist forces on the decline, a commander of a group has said that they will ‘not surrender’ despite the dire situation.

“I asked the factions, they said ‘we will not surrender’,” said Zakaria Malahifji, the political officer of the Turkey-backed Fastaqim group in Aleppo on Saturday.

“The military commanders in Aleppo said ‘we will not leave the city. There is no problem with corridors for civilians to leave, but we will not leave the city’,” he added.

The refusal to surrender comes as Turkey and Russia have agreed to allow a 24 hour window for the remaining 900 jihadist fighters to escape the city or be pulverized. 

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Floriangeyer
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Its time to send the US enabled terrorists to hell.

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“Zakaria Malahifji, the political officer of the Turkey-backed Fastaqim group in Aleppo”…

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No problem ragheads,you will be bulldozed under a pile of rubble.wich will make aggregate recicling unpleasant task due to stench of your decayed carcasses but nothing a couple vapour and gass masks can not manage .

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They says that civilians can leave, but it seems that it’s not true. They dont permit them to reach the government zone.
The problem is not to send to hell these terrorists, but to keep alive the population.

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The civilians are humanitarian aid cattle to be milked and indispensable. Seems like SAA tries cover that by going into an area that is not yet ripe to be taken – and going out – while the ppl desperate to go – join their retreat.

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Regardless, the rats will be exterminated. If the Sultan has actually abandoned them, it will be an embarrassment for them.

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The sultan is likely to end at the ICP or even more likely to have his Gulfstream hit by 4 or 5 PKK shots Iglas at once while taking-off or landing somewhere if he dosn’t ends hanged upside down on meat hook, Mussolini style, by his fellow people…
http://moralmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/mussolini_execution.bmpClearPicFreeRepublic.bmp
Sic semper tyrannis…

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Sieges of big urban centers are won with supplies or reinforcements not words. Either the defender gets them or the attacker. Will the Sultan send his mercenaries either? Maybe the Fastaqim want to provoke the attackers to get revenge on other militant defenders. LOL. Wikipedia is useful. >> The Fastaqim was mostly dissolved when the Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki and the Abu Amara Brigades eventually captured all positions of the Fastaqim Union in eastern Aleppo in November 2016. Dozens of rebels from the latter group surrendered and were either captured, joined Abu Amara Brigades’s parent group Ahrar al-Sham, or deserted.… Read more »
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Anyway, soon something like the Paris’ Catacombs will be needed for ’em:
http://wp-admin.tourdefrancechat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/7311915-Les_Catacombes_Paris.jpg

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