DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:20 A.M.) – Moments ago, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) – spearheaded by the elite Tiger Forces – were able to impose full-control over the Dahiyat al-Assad Suburb after a 48 hour long battle with the jihadist rebels of Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest).

The capture of the Al-Assad Suburb on Friday night comes just hours after the Syrian Armed Forces launched another powerful assault in this area.

On Friday, the SAA and its allies also captured neighbouring Minyan, along with several adjacent sites that were needed to secure this important suburb in west Aleppo.

This massive SAA counter-offensive that began on October 6th has effectively reversed almost all of the jihadist gains, leaving only the Aqrab area left to go before they can assume control over every site they previously held.

In addition, SAA soldiers have also secured the entire 1070 Housing Project, thus expanding the SAA’s supply line to government-held western Aleppo at its narrowest point.

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