ALEPPO, SYRIA (9:50 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA), backed by Hezbollah and Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary), stormed the southern districts of Aleppo on Thursday, targeting Jaysh Al-Fateh’s (Army of Conquest) defenses at the Old Ramouseh District.

Led by the Republican Guard and 4th Mechanized Divison, the Syrian Arab Army and their allies attacked the Ramouseh Bakery, where they were confronted by a large unit of jihadist rebels this morning.

Following an intense firefight, the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies established full control over the Ramouseh Bakery, leaving them within striking distance of the Sheikh Sa’eed District in southern Aleppo.

Elsewhere, the Syrian Armed Forces made another push for the 1070 Al-Hamdaniyah Housing Project today, striking Jaysh Al-Fateh’s last-line of defense at the southern sector of this district.

Clashes are still ongoing at several axes around the provincial capital, as the Syrian Armed Forces attempt to advance against the jihadist rebels.

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Leith, they could properly be called rebels if they were Syrian fighters, which they ate not. Rebels rebel against authority, but these foreigners were never under Syrian authority to begin with. Therefore, they cannot rebel. So you should stop calling them rebels and call them by what they are: foreign invaders.