On Thursday afternoon, the Syrian Armed Forces recovered all the points they lost to the jihadist rebels at the Al-Malaah Farms of northern Aleppo.

Leading the counter-attack against the jihadist rebels at Al-Malaah Farms was the Syrian Arab Army’s “Tiger Forces”; they would begin the assault be recovering the imperative northern farms.

Following the capture of the northern farms, the Tiger Forces, alongside the National Defense Forces (NDF), imposed full control over the eastern farms, Arab Salloum, and Qassamat area of Al-Malaah.

As a result of their counter-assault, the Tiger Forces were able to recover everything they lost to the jihadist rebels of Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group) and Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki on Wednesday morning.

According to an Al-Masdar field correspondent that is embedded with the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Armed Forces killed a large number of jihadists, including a hand-full of commanders.

The Tiger Forces and their allies are now pressing the jihadist rebels at the southern farms of Al-Malaah, where they are looking to seize the enemy’s final positions.

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Grandioso Hameed
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Grandioso Hameed

Syrian forces are much better than US forces, because they can defeat terrorists within short period of time, whilest US forces have been unable to defeat terrorists for long.

Tim b
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Tim b

That isn’t true at all, you can’t even compare the two.. You obviously are referring to iraq, afghanistan so i’ll tell you a little.. american forces easily wiped out about 3/4 of all taliban forces in afghanistan and iraqi forces in iraq within a MONTH,,whereas the syrian army is relying upon dozens of militias, heavy russian bombardment to actually win..and even then it’s been 9 months and not even close to winning yet THEN there was the insurgency that started within afghanistan and iraq within the land that americans had captured… If you are going to be so ignorant as… Read more »

Can\'t win
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Can\'t win

Recognising that the Taliban is still active is not ignorance. Ignorance is to sweep the issue under the carpet and state that the US ‘won’ and finished the Taliban. The US did not win, in fact it is just about to lose it. They are being forced to swallow their pride and set up a country for IS/ISIS. Of course thet will pretend they wanted it this way. The type of guerilla war the Taliban, IS, etc are waging can not be won by brute military force. The Irish freedom fight ended – at least for now – with a… Read more »

Jonathan Richer
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Jonathan Richer

What?

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Nope. Have you ever considered that you wouldn’t even need the US to finish Daesh? Just consider that frenchs re-took an area 3 times the size of Syria in around a month in Mali from terror gangs as ugly as Daesh and US have ten times our military expenses, it was even around 12/13 times a few years ago… US simply don’t want to REALLY get implied! Just watch the video in the Masdar article about the arrival of the USS Eisenhower, when I stated “they are fuckin’ kiding!” : Hey, when you send a Hornet with 2*Mk-81 113kg bombs… Read more »

@AOrti
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@AOrti

are The Kurds from Sheikh Maqsood pushing to castello road?

John Kutrapali
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John Kutrapali

@Syria_Protector Great! Bigger support from air forces makes great effect!

Michael Sidebotham
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Michael Sidebotham

it sure would be nice if the SAA was able to clear out some areas near Damascus to free up manpower for other areas

JLcomment
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Even with Russian air force in close support of the SAA the last 9 month has proved to be insufficient for the SAA to gain or hold much more ground. I have been a little surprised to see how weak the SAA really has become. Hizbollah, the Iranians, and now the Russians has proved unable to give the SAA the decisive edge. Who is left to step in? Irak has the man power and support to slowly crush ISIS in Irak and so do the Kurds in their areas. The rest is a mess, and Asad will never be allowed… Read more »