DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:40 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army has given the jihadist rebels 24 hours to surrender themselves to the nearest government checkpoint.

Using a loud speaker, a Syrian Arab Army officer demanded that the jihadist rebels surrender in the next 24 hours or else they will face severe consequences.

What are these consequences? The Syrian Army officer stated over the loud speaker that their forces will launch a massive military operation following the 24 hour deadline.

The Syrian Armed Forces have already recaptured several sites inside the western part of the city; however, they have mostly halted operations in the eastern districts of Aleppo.

Furthermore, Hezbollah is preparing a large operation in the southern countryside of Aleppo that will target the key town of Khan Touman.

Most military personnel assume that the jihadist rebels will not surrender, so the Syrian Arab Army is currently on high alert during these next 24 hours.

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Igor Dano

give them napalm and not 24 hours.

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jvillain

If they are being directed to surender to a check point then it must be in the east, no?

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Лариса Дядюра

Всех шакалов выжечь каленым железом!

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Cyriak Papasissis

Kalibr NK is going to be what they get , in the West of Aleppo & Khan Touman.

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S600

Seems like there is still disagreement between Moscow and Damascus about the East Aleppo. Moscow wants to play slow squeeze but SAA want the swift glory.Perhaps they need to engage the Tigers somewhere else sooner and don’t want to keep them without action in Aleppo.

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Françoise LAGATHU

That proves what they are : No problem for them to sacrifie innocent population to their ideology