ALEPPO, SYRIA (9:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Armed Forces have officially reached the Kindi Hospital in northern Aleppo after advancing westward from the nearby Handarat Refugee Camp.

Led by the Syrian Arab Army’s Republican Guard and Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary), the Syrian Armed Forces have managed to capture most of the territory around the Kindi Hospital, leaving the jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab in serious trouble as they close-in on their positions.

The Syrian Armed Forces will need to capture the Kindi Hospital tonight in order to fortify their positions at the Handarat Refugee Camp; if they fail to do seize this site, they will ultimately retreat from the aforementioned district.

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Soldiers from the Syrian Arab Army’s Republican Guard after capturing the Handarat Camp today.
Republican Guard soldiers pose for a picture after capturing Handarat Camp.
Republican Guard soldiers pose for a picture after capturing Handarat Camp.

Kindi Hospital was seized by the jihadist rebels of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda franchise) in late 2013; they would later execute all of their prisoners from the Syrian Arab Army in front of the building.

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The deserted hospital building now being used as a Head Chopper barracks could and should be raised to the ground by a large thermobaric bomb.

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And then SAA will be accused to bomb hospitals by Qaeda/FSA fanboys!
Thermobarics are not so good at levelling large concrete places (but very efficient to kill anyone in and even in tunnels or bunkers around). I ask myself what the anti-minefield launched belted charges could do to buildings, maybe not huge ones but to clear a path in the middle of small building areas, it seems enough powerful to blow roofs and walls and BTW f**k all IEDs on the way : the way it clears a path through a minefield is tremendous.

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@leithfadel just evaporate this building with russian bomb!

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Da tovariš !!!

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The deserted hospital building now being used as a Jihadi barracks could and should be , obliterated by a massive thermobaric bomb.

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It’s dark, no way they secure the whole area within the next hour or two, they’ll have to retreat. Again.

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You are such a pessimist 😛

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*A realist.

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OK….let it be …..but if they retreat tonight it means they will attack tomorrow !!!!