Under the cover of Russian airstrikes and heavy artillery, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), alongside Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary) and the National Defense Forces (NDF), began a new assault in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo City tonight, targeting the Handarat Refugee Camp near the Al-Castillo Highway.

A military source in Aleppo City told Al-Masdar on Monday night that the Syrian Armed Forces stormed the eastern neighborhoods inside the Handarat Camp, resulting in a series of violent firefights with the jihadist rebel factions.

Intense clashes are currently ongoing between the two opposing parties inside the eastern neighborhoods of the Handarat Camp; meanwhile, the Russin Air Force is doing its part by pounding away at the jihadist rebels in the western sector.

The Handarat Camp was once home to thousands of Palestinian refugees; however, it is now occupied by the jihadist rebels who have turned it into one of their most fortified areas of Aleppo.

 

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Boris
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Boris

In the USA, you can buy cans of skunk gas. It is the foulest most repellent smell known to man. People run, in panic. Police spray it in “shooting galleries” where junkies go and they never come back. Why not get some and spread it around the buildings in Handarat. Miight be better than bullets because its a gas, and it doesn’t kill you but makes you desire desperately to be somewhere else and if you have it on you, wont have any friends till its all gone.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Because US won’t give skunk gas to Assad in order to oust the one for those they spent around a billion $ to… oust Assad!
BTW, as some of those ‘moderate’ islamists like to use chlorine, mustard gas and even sarin for Jaysh-al-Islam, they may have gas-masks…
BTW, just have a look to them : some may not have had a shower for 5 years. IMHO, they smell more than skunks…These guys are so twisted that they may even think it smells nice 🙂
The sleeping gas that was used during the Moscow theater attack would be much more interesting…

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Seen fr Russian stand point Again SAA seems to be a bit OVERenthusiastic. It’s dubtfull that RuAFF will put it’s full support there. It’s very dubtfull that SAA ll reach any serious results in Handarat today.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Russian parachute-rocket-bomb will ruin their bunkers.