In the aftermath of the most recent southern Aleppo clashes, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) remains in control of its supply route to Aleppo while rebel efforts to establish a supply line of their own to Aleppo city have been in vain thus far.

However, the government supply line to the provincial capital of Aleppo is dangerously narrow and Islamist forces have far from given up on the idea of reaching their besieged comrades in rebel-held districts of eastern Aleppo.

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Funny fact, by searching a little, you may find find some faces from the white helmets without their white helmets but with full tactical gear and weapons and the “eagle banner” (black flag of jihad) around…
‘Wherever the carcass is, there the eagles will be gathered together” (Luke 17:37)

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Have you noticed how in the most recent weeks/months the USA or the Western media have dropped the claims that the Russians are fighting the ‘moderate rebels’ only and not ISIS? They used to brag about it daily. As they have dropped the “Assad must go” mantra, they also have dropped this BS claim. 🙂