ALEPPO, SYRIA (2:20 P.M.) – Minutes ago, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), backed by Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary), established control over most of the Handarat Refugee Camp in northern Aleppo after a three-day long battle with Fatah Halab.

Led by the Republican Guard and Liwaa Al-Quds, the Syrian Armed Forces have reportedly broken-through the final defensive line in the western neighborhoods, paving the way for the seizure of 80 percent of the Handarat Camp.

According to a member of Liwaa Al-Quds in northern Aleppo, most of the jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab have retreated to the nearby Shaqeif District, where they have now come under heavy artillery fire from the Syrian Armed Forces and the Russian Air Force.

The seizure of the Handarat Refugee Camp is very important to the Syrian Armed Forces because it will  allow thousands of displaced Palestinians in the Nayrab Refugee Camp to return to their homes after more than 4 years of war in Aleppo.

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“The seizure of the Handarat Refugee Camp is very important to the Syrian Armed Forces because it will allow thousands of displaced Palestinians in the Nayrab Refugee Camp to return to their homes after more than 4 years of war in Aleppo.”

Yeah, they will return to these ruins that even before the war were probably a shitplace…