Aleppo, Syria (6:25 A.M.) – The capture of the Al-Ramouseh District could not come at a better time for the Syrian Armed Forces, as successfully eliminated the threat plaguing their main supply route to the provincial capital of Aleppo.

However, the Syrian Armed Forces are not satisfied with just the Al-Ramouseh District; instead, they are pushing eastward to the Sadkop Fuel Depot, a strategic site that they haven’t controlled since Summer of 2012.

Led by the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army and Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary) launched a new assault on the Sadkop Fuel Depot, capturing the western entrance to this imperative site after a fierce battle with Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest).

Currently, the Syrian Armed Forces are inside the Sadkop Fuel Depot; however,  the jihadist rebels are determined to repel this large-scale attack.

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Šjor Načelnik

Keep rollin , rollin , rollin , rollin ….

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Hahaha.

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The terrorist gave everything they had, and now they can’t have much left. There must be a shortage of fighters, ammunition and other supplies, and the only thing they can hope for now is a “glorious defeat”.

The rest of the battle for Aleppo should be easier, even if it’s far from over.