ALEPPO, SYRIA (10:45 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s long-awaited east Aleppo offensive is set to begin after much deliberation and planning between the High Command and their Russian military advisors.

With the jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab completely cutoff from their imperative supply line at the Castillo Highway, the Syrian Armed Forces will take advantage of their scarce provisions to retake the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo.

According to a military source in Aleppo, the Syrian government has encouraged civilians to avoid the battle front; and if possible, reach the Syrian Arab Army’s checkpoints to be escorted to safety.

The Syrian government has also offered amnesty to any militant that surrenders to the Syrian Arab Army in east Aleppo; they will not be arrested or tried in front of a military tribunal.

All militants that surrender their arms to the Syrian Arab Army will be allowed to return to their homes, without any reprisal from the government.

This military operation is set to begin in the coming days, as the Syrian Arab Army’s High Command finalizes their contingency.

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@leithfadel good luck