ALEPPO, SYRIA (9:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army, alongside Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary), continued their large-scale advance in eastern Aleppo on Sunday, targeting the area around the recently captured Al-‘Oweija District and Jandoul Roundabout.

Led by the 102nd Brigade of the Republican Guard, the Syrian Armed Forces stormed the large hilltop of Tal Sifan on Sunday, resulting in a fierce battle with the Islamist rebels of Fatah Halab that lasted for several hours.

Backed by Russian airstrikes, the Syrian Armed Forces were able to break-through Fatah Halab’s main line of defense at Tal Sifan; this led to the complete withdrawal of the Islamist rebels that were originally positioned at this large hilltop.

Tal Sifan overlooks the Jandoul Roundabout and it is strategically situated at the southwestern axis of the Al-‘Oweija District.

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Don’t stop!

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OziGooner .

Fatah Al-Halab….they must be the ‘rebels’ that Hillary Clinton is so concerned about. Same garbage as Daesh….just packaged differently. Wipe them & their supporters out of Aleppo please Bashar Al-Assad….in the SAA we trust !

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This is very good news. The U.S. wanted to stop Aleppo being liberated.
The war crime in Aleppo was the U.S. support for the terrorists.

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I pray for the speedy liberation of Aleppo. Only the destruction of the US government backed terrorists will bring peace to the region.