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Terrorists Issue General Call to Keep Line of Defense in Aleppo

3 November 2015 21:23



The Takfiri terrorists fighting against the Damascus government in Southern Aleppo have asked for urgent help from other militant groups as they are coming under a tighter siege by the Syrian army and Hezbollah forces.

“The terrorists who have come under the Syrian army’s siege in the Southern parts of the Aleppo province have asked other terrorist groups to rush to their aid,” the Arabic-language al-Mayadeen TV quoted local sources as saying.

On Monday Al-Hadher region in the Southern part of Aleppo city fell into the hands of the government forces after the Syrian Army and Hezbollah fighters pushed the militant groups back from the region on Monday.

The Syrian army alongside the Lebanese Hezbollah Resistance Movement stormed the militant positions in al-Hadher in the Southern side of Aleppo city and retook full control over the region after killing and wounding scores of the terrorists.

Earlier today, thousands of soldiers from the Syrian army, Hezbollah and popular forces, backed up by Russian air force, launched the final phase of a landmark operation towards a strategic airbase Southeast of Aleppo that has been under siege for two years now.

The Syrian army, National Defense Forces (NDF) and Hezbollah fighters backed up by Russian warplanes started the operation early Tuesday morning and have already come almost half a mile closer to the Kuweires airport in a region where advance in every inch has taken days.

The pro-government forces marched on ISIL positions in the region and advanced to the rural district of Sheikh Ahmad after taking full control of the railway crossing.

Early reports from the battlefield said tens of Takfiri terrorists have been killed this morning.

The Syrian army and Hezbollah forces are now deployed in a region only 2 kilometers away from the airbase.

According to the source, the pro-government forces are preparing to mop up the rest of Sheikh Ahmad to prepare for a massive offensive on ISIL positions along the Aleppo-Raqqa Highway. Some 80 percent of Sheikh Ahmad – that is seen as a milestone in the Damascus war on terrorist groups in the Northern province of Aleppo – is now under the control of the pro-government forces.

Army sources said the Russian strikers play a very crucial role in the operation.

Commanders of the Syrian Army, popular forces, Hezbollah and Russian Air Force held a meeting in Sheikh Ahmad frontline on Monday to coordinate the last phase of their joint operation for removing the two-year-long ISIL siege on Kuweires airbase, Southeast of Aleppo.

Military sources said last night that the pro-government forces were deployed in most parts of Sheikh Ahmad, just 2,600 meters far farm the Southern gates of the strategic Kuweires airbase.

On Sunday, the pro-government forces won a series of tough clashes with militant groups in the Southern part of Sheikh Ahmad and came closer than 3 kilometers to the strategic Kuweires Airbase.

The joint operations of the Syrian army troops, Hezbollah fighters and NDF that have been underway with the Russian air backup for the last one month have forced the militant groups, specially the ISIL, to withdraw from the Southern parts of Sheikh Ahmad town near the Kuweires airbase.

The sources said that the militant groups have suffered heavy casualties in the latest stage of the pro-government troops’ joint operations Saturday night.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists have besieged the Kuweires airbase for over 2.5 years now, but the base itself is under the Syrian army’s control.

Hundreds of Syrian forces are under a tight siege at the airbase as a result of the occupation of vast areas surrounding the airport by the terrorists.

The Syrian army’s helicopters supply foodstuff and other needs to the Syrian troops defending the airport.

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