A coalition of multiple Islamist and Salafist factions, commonly known as Ahrar al-Sham, has officially denied involvement in the wide-scale offensive launched by jihadi fighters in northern Aleppo.

The group’s military spokesman, Abu Youssef al-Muajir, said in his official Twitter account that military commanders in Ahrar al-Sham have predicted that chances of victory in Mallah Farms battleground are next to zero.

Al-Muahjir – most likely a non-Syrian jihadist as the name implies – tweeted that Ahrar al-Sham fighters did not withdraw from Mallah battlefield because we have not originally participated since our military commanders decided that the chances of victory are next to zero.

https://twitter.com/almuhager03/status/753158067185934340

 

“The persistence of some factions to launch the offensive – despite the low chances – cannot be seen as a heroic act, rather a military suicide. It only yields defeat and collapsed morale”

https://twitter.com/almuhager03/status/753159198515589120

the group has been harshly criticized for not taking part in the northern Aleppo offensive alongside Jabhet al-Nusra, Nour Al-Din Al-Zinki Movement and other FSA-affiliated factions.

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stephan herzog
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Russia should bomb the h**l out of this terrorists (not “rebels”, this are terrorists) with this 24/7 https://t.co/qs4UROsehW

Daeshbags Sux
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I’d be much more frightened if their biggest bomber, which is usually leased for civilian cargos was around :
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Why? Because of :
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_qn2M0fyLEeo/TGr4rum22fI/AAAAAAAAAEE/70jMQggzv1s/s1600/2iln7tw.jpg
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father_of_All_Bombs
FOAB weights 7.1t, Mriya can carry a 200t load.
So… 28 FOABs on board, let’s say it’s your personal Hiroshima without the fallouts…
Russians take better care about environmental stuff than the soviets!

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Simon Gunson

The AN-225 Myra does not have an ir drop capability because it has no tail ramp.

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ziad welds

FOAB=f****r of all bombs

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Can’t fault them on their sound logic. Syrian Army has turned the entire region into a series of kill zones. The best the terrorists could hope to achieve is to push the SAA out of the area at the cost of huge losses.

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kit

Hmm, it’s all going well suddenly, in Aleppo, East and West Ghouta, after the catastrophic/ridiculous Tabaqa offensive, losing half of South Aleppo in DAYS after spending months last year taking those villages as well as backing away from the plan to liberate Deir Ezzor and fleeing from Arak/T3 Pumping Station.

I can’t pin the SAA down, one minute they’re doing amazingly well (Latakia) then they taper off (Latakia) and end up mass retreating. Then they do amazingly well again, what in the h**l will this war look like this time next year, it’s anyone’s guess.

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The Irakis will lift the siege od Deir Ezzor.

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Hey Jabha Al-Nusra, you gonna take that from them? lol