The Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division – backed by Hezbollah, the National Defense Forces (NDF), and Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi paramilitary force) – cutoff another key supply route belonging to the extremist rebel forces in the southern Aleppo countryside after a fierce battle on Thursday.

According to a battlefield correspondent in Aleppo City, the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies cutoff the main road used by the extremist rebels of Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group) and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) at the imperative Al-Ramouseh Industrial District.

As a result of this latest attack, the extremist rebels are now without a primary supply route to the Al-Ramouseh Industrial District, which is going to be a long-term problem for Jabhat Al-Nusra and the Free Syrian Army as the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies continue their onslaught.

The rebel forces will have to use makeshift dirt roads to reinforce the Ramouseh Industrial District; if they plan on maintaining a presence there.

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