The Syrian Armed Forces attempted to advance in northern Aleppo countryside on Monday after a successful weekend that resulted in the capture of two imperative parts of the Al-Malaah Farms.

Despite the intensity of their assault on Monday, the Syrian Arab Army’s “Tiger Forces” were unable to seize the southern farms of Al-Malaah after several hours of fighting the jihadist rebels of Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group) and Nouriddeen Al-Zinki.

Once the Tiger Forces were unable to seize the southern farms of Al-Malaah, they decided to withdraw north in order to avoid any more casualties.

However, the battle for northern Aleppo is far from over for the Tiger Forces and their allies, as they look to capture all of Al-Malaah Farms from the jihadist rebels.

 

 

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Selim Ibn Ali Abdallah
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Selim Ibn Ali Abdallah

i guess the syrian army will gain nothing

Naim
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Naim

I fear the same. Next counter-attack from al-qaida will reset the situation again.