During yesterday’s Jaish Al Fateh offensive in southwest Aleppo, jihadist forces managed to capture Al-Amiriyah village, Al-Jamiyat, and Al-Jamiyat Hill.

Unfortunately for the opposition though, the Islamist rebels were not able to secure Tal Mahrouqat thereby placing their captured positions under the fire control of the Syrian Army’s artillery. Following a barrage of ATGM missiles and mortar shells, the Syrian Army was able to restore the lost points with relative ease.

Moments ago, Ahrar Al-Sham and several other jihadist factions announced the instigation of the third phase of their massive offensive which aims to lift the siege imposed on the rebel-held neighborhoods of east Aleppo. Ahrar Al Sham’s spokesperson stated that while the Jaish Al-Fateh operation room will be focused on capturing the artillery base, Fateh Halab on the other side of the battlefield was focused on securing the Ramouseh neighborhood.

 

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Achillus
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They should discuss why rebels are able to hit so many soldiers with ATGM’S or TOW’s

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Good job!

Chuck Hicks
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Good job, Izat!

Izat Charkatli
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They just launched another offensive from another axis; hope it’s repelled

Izat Charkatli
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Successful VBIED hit- we will see if the breach is contained. Hopefully reinforcements arrive. Airstrikes can’t help much in that region.

Chuck Hicks
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Doesn’t look good from what I’m reading.

Izat Charkatli
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On a positive note, if this attack is repelled (reports are starting to seem positive), their offensive would have been officially repelled and foiled for good.

meadpw
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meadpw

And Syrian Army should stop to mass walk in open fields without protect themselves, otherwise they can be easy targets

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Will #Aleppo be the End of #Syria’s Tragedy? https://t.co/mAG36rpTX7

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JoAnn
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A BS-Jihadist point of view article

Awais
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in your Waka Waka Dream

Andrew Sivaram
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These jihadist morons are becoming target pratice for the SAA’s gunners..

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