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BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – Water from the Euphrates River has officially reached the city of Aleppo for the first time in years after the Syrian Arab Army liberated the strategic town of Al-Khafsa in the eastern part of the province.

Traveling some 80km west, water from the Euphrates River reached the Suleiman Al-Halabi Pumping Station inside the city, causing several thousand civilians to celebrate the end of this three year long crisis.

Reports emerging as early as Monday alleged that the water and electricity from the liberated eastern territory of Aleppo would be not only provided to the provincial capital, but also, the Kurdish-controlled city of Menbeij and its surrounding villages.

On Tuesday, Syrian Army officials confirmed the agreement between the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and Syrian Government to provide water and electricity to Menbeij.

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For the Aleppeans this water is one the most significant victories of the East Aleppo offensive.

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when yazid refuse the water to prophet grnadson (imam hussien and his follwers ) this are the same whabhikwarajite cult and today this cult arre doing the same thing to muslim. but lesson is this yazid has diapperaerd and imam hussien matyrdoum thaught us many thing and his still alive in billions of hearts . never to give up when you are on right pathof islam.