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Hezbollah, Syrian Forces Win More Land South of Aleppo Province

5 December 2015 9:10



The pro-government forces, in a fresh round of joint operations in the Southern territories of Aleppo province on Friday, pushed back the militant groups from their positions and restored security to new territories.

The Syrian army’s 4th Mechanized Division, Hezbollah, the National Defense Forces (NDF) of Aleppo City, Kata’eb Hezbollah and Harakat Al-Nujaba struck back against the Ahrar Al-Sham and Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki, capturing the hilltop village of Tal Al-Baraqa.

Following the capture of the aforementioned village, the Syrian Armed Forces launched an assault on Tal ‘Arba’een, seizing this hilltop village after a brief firefight with the so-called Jeish al-Islam and Liwaa Suqour Al-Sham.

With Hezbollah’s back up in Southern Aleppo, the Syrian Armed Forces are poised to make a push to capture the strategic region of ICARDA agricultural facility that is located along the Aleppo-Damascus Highway; if seized, the militants will have their primary supply line cut.

The Syrian forces won the battles against their foreign-backed enemies in the Southern side of Aleppo province on Thursday too, and seized full control over another key hilltop to the South of Dadin hills that were also captured in the same day.

Following the destruction of the last remaining positions of the terrorists, the Syrian forces won back Ja’eiri hill to the South of Dadin hills in the Southern part of Aleppo.

Sources said earlier today that the Syrian army, the NDF fighters and Hezbollah combatants continued to hunt the terrorists in the Southern part of the province, which not only inflicted heavy death toll on the militants but also destroyed a number of their military vehicles.

Early reports said at least 14 militants were killed and tens of other were wounded on Friday.

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