BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:50 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continued their large-scale advance inside the east Aleppo neighborhoods on Monday, capturing several sites from the jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab and Jaysh Al-Fateh after seizing the strategic Sheikh Sa’eed District.

Backed by Liwaa Al-Quds (Palestinian paramilitary), the Syrian Arab Army stormed the Karm Dada, Al-Furdos, and Al-Salheen neighborhoods, where they were confronted by an exhausted Fatah Halab force.

An intense battle would ensue during the morning hours on Monday, resulting in the eventual withdrawal of all jihadist rebel forces from Al-Salheen, Al-Furdos, and Karm Dada neighborhoods of east Aleppo.

With the aforementioned districts seized by their forces this morning, the Syrian Armed Forces are now in control of 95 percent of the east Aleppo pocket, meaning only two districts remain under Fatah Halab’s possession.

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Floriangeyer
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At this late stage the US sponsored Takfiri Terrorists should not in my opinion be allowed to escape justice. Those that survive must surely be tried in a Syrian court and the world must see WHO they are , What they have done and Who armed and financed them .

The SAA has fought hard for this victory and to transport these child killers to safety in IDLIB would surely be an insult to the SAA and all their courageous allies on the ground in Aleppo.

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D’ya really think the Zinkis that beheaded poor little Abdullah will get out of here?
Everybody know their faces. You can assume more than one will have no envy to wait them to face a criminal court… An you can be sure this won’t end on Twitter or U-tube…

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Daeshbag, it is a certainty that amongst the many many tens of thousands of the civilians who have fled to the safety of SAA controlled Aleppo will have been infiltrated by a few jihadi’s. We both agree that the worst offenders of barbarity will hopefully have been detained or killed.

I have seen an Al Zenki clip of them outside the ancient Mosque in Old Aleppo where some Takfiris were hiding. The ubiquitous Zenki photographer is taking a ‘Selfie’ with his child killing pals.

http://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2016/11-december-syria-rebels-still-inside-umayyad-mosque-in-old

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Jihadist rebels? No. f*****g terrorists who refuse to take part in a free Presidential election. They already had this opportunity to negotiate possible surrender. They just want to waste time. f**k them all.

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By definition, jihad IS terrorism as their “razul” said “you must terrorise the kuffar”, “I was made victorious with terror”, etc etc etc…

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Their rasul is my rasul too. The messenger of God said:”you must terrorise the kuffar”. And who is Kafir? The one who wants to annihilate Islam by fighting, war and terror and I as a Shia Musilm do not see such a person or people. As I have already told you, they have misunderstood Islam’s commands. Do not see just one aspect.

Qur’an 5:32

“Because of that, We decreed upon the Children of Israel that whoever kills a soul unless for a soul or for corruption [done] in the land – it is as if he had slain mankind entirely. …”

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And you also know that Surat 9 stipulates exactly the contrary. Koran is filled with contradictions and the Haddiths that compile the acts of your razul make him appear as the wolf in sheep clothes and false prophet Jesus warned about, at least in the eyes of Christians. At my level, I’m not at all in favour of any “fitnah” against any religious person, still, I totally agree with Karl Marx : religion is opium for the people. This is a tool for the power that be and it has never solved any problem, in fact, religions have ALL caused… Read more »

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“false prophet Jesus warned about”? No. Paul warned not Jesus (a.s.). One of the Christians’ objections toward Muslims is that Christianity is older than Islam. OK. As a result, Judaism is older than Christianity. Right? Watch this clip. 7:23 to 7:59. A Jew rabbai says. Mohammad (p.b.u.h.) was the promised prophet. LOL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLx98f2sGxA

And about answering your other claims, I’m not as free as you but you can check my answers to Stern Daler about almost the same discussion at this link.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/erdogan-questions-legitimacy-of-cyprus-flag/

Also you are not a f*****g atheist as you claim 😉 .

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Daeshbag, was Tony Blair, a jihadi then? because he said he was greatly influenced by his Christian values when he took the decision to invade Iraq,nowwe all now He and his Brutish butchers terrorized and killed hundreds of thousands of civilians, and made I raq a nurturing ground for ISIS, Or maybe was Menachen Begin the leader of the polish jewish pioner terrorist organization Irgn a jihadi too, and he was granted the presidency of the ghetto state of israel for his murdering of civilians,so it turns out the Israeli state is a jihadi state. Can you report that to… Read more »

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I can’t be on hasbara payroll: I’m goyim and proud to be so, ROFL. Tony Blair a Christian? Seriously? I’m probably more Christian than him while I’m actually agnostic! Look what I ate yesterday, LOL! http://i68.tinypic.com/awutl5.jpg If it was up to me, Blair, the 2 Bushs’ and so would be Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Bremer, Albright, the Clintons’, James Steele and the devil’s reincarnation, Henry Kissinger etc would all be jailed at the ICP, thus, Saddam wasn’t better. Although I’ve tried to explain you my point about Israel, you seem not to have understood : I’m into real-politik, not in some ideological… Read more »

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samculpak

Just two districts? The remaining pocket is still five districts. A couple of them are seeing fights but still not entirely correct statement.

Kill em all.