Aleppo, Syria (10:45 A.M.) – The jihadist rebels of Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest) launched a new attack on the southern districts of Aleppo City today, targeting the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) defenses at the Al-‘Amariyah and Al-Ramouseh districts.

Accoridng to a local military source inside Aleppo City, the jihadist rebels once again attempted to advance at the Al-Ramouseh District, striking several axes under the Syrian Arab Army’s control in order to lift the two week long siege on the eastern neighborhoods of the provincial capital.

So far, no gains have been reported by either sides; however, the jihadists rebels are expected to launch more attacks in order to find an infiltration point along the government’s front-lines in southern Aleppo.

Meanwhile, inside the Idlib Governorate, the Russian Air Force has targeted several jihadist convoys from the town of Saraqib, as they attempt to forestall reinforcements from reaching the Jaysh Al-Fateh front-lines.

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No F16/15’s for air cover? oh well, never mind….

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Dr. James Padgett

Thanks again Russia for greatly assisting your sister country and ally. May God multiply back to you many many fold every dollar you have and continue to spend assisting Syria! We admire you!

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Putin,un less u nuck the terroris supprters,u never win this war,

stein
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Russia has a quite small force at the moment, room for improvements short of nukes..

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Another assault? What is this? The 20th phase?

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After plan A, plan B, plan C, etc etc, the only solution left is “Plan 9 from outer space” : wake up the dead and have an army of zombies!

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pretty sure this is the last push

Tony B.
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The head choppers are desperate. They get thrown out of Aleppo and there will be few new recruits.

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God bless you SAA

Andrew Sivaram
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The Russians should bombard the rebel-held areas with cluster and white phosphorus bombs..