ALEPPO, SYRIA – Not a week after the major breakthrough the Syrian Armed Forces accomplished in Hnano Housing District that had them capture all the east Aleppo districts that lay north of the Al-Bab Highway, the Syrian Army would proceed to launch its second phase of the Aleppo offensive.

Starting with the Ma’asaraniyah Youth Housing Complex and the Research Housing district that lie directly west of the Aleppo International Airport, the aim of the second phase is the seizure of the entire region between the Al-Bab Highway and the road that connects the international airport to the Ancient Citadel cresting the heart of Syria’s largest city.

Within a matter of days, the Syrian Arab Army succeeded in capturing the districts of Karm Al-Jazmati, Karm Al-Tarrab, Dahret Awad, Karm Al-Maysar, Karm Al-Tahhan, Karm Al-Qaterjy, Tariq Al-Bab, and Halwaniyah almost surrounding the rebels entrenched in Sha’ar and Bab Al-Hadid districts.

With no more than 500 meters separating the elite Tiger Forces at the Eyes Hospital and the garrison of the citadel, the rebels are expected to abandon their holdouts in the Old City neighborhoods north of the citadel or risk further isolation in the city.

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Amin

I’m waiting for 100%.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM-COvND2js

100% will be a day to rejoice. I am waiting to see how the Western MSM Media record the experiences of civilians under the tyranny of US sponsored Terrorists 🙂

There comes a point when Reality cannot be ignored.

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Wel, Jihadi Julian has found the way : he pointed the video where civilians fleeing were shot at by Nusra and said it was SAA shooting. He’s also talking of ethnic cleansing, etc and he’s more and more turning on other towns too… The new trend for Abu Lister al-Qatari is to have commented a pic with SAA taking some rest in an east-Aleppo area where 3 fridges and a little furniture were in the street that they were looting and now, he’s trying to push up that Assad is intimately linked to jihadists in order to destroy the ‘moderate… Read more »

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With SAA closing in the frontline is shrinking in big steps with more and more SAA/NDF freed up for from the defensive lines around west Aleppo.
With the reaching of the citadel, the fighters stationed there can move towards defending the other end of the west aleppo frontline.

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As 2 days ago, it was stimated that only 900 shithadists were left, 100% will happen sooner than anyone thought.
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