Terrorists Admit Large Casualties in Aleppo Clashes with Syrian Army
The terrorist groups confirmed that over 85 terrorists were killed in Northern Aleppo in a new setback to them as the Syrian forces, backed by the country’s warplanes, Russian air force and Hezbollah fighters, continue to advance against the militants in multiple fronts.
Northern part of Aleppo province is the scene of tough battle between the government forces and the militants near Nubl and al-Zahra.
The Kurdish forces have also voiced their readiness to join the Syrian troops in their ongoing battle against the terrorists in Northern Aleppo.
Northern Aleppo is the scene of tough battles between the government forces and militants near Nubl and al-Zahra these days.
In addition to the significant advances of the Syrian government forces’ victories in the Eastern territories of Aleppo, the Syrian army and its allies are engaged in a heavy battle in the Northern and Northwestern parts of the province to remove the militants’ siege on the towns of Nubl and al-Zahra.
In a relevant development earlier today, several notorious al-Nusra Front terrorist commanders were killed in clashes with the Syrian army and also during the army’s artillery attacks in Northern Aleppo.
Ahmad Atro, the Al-Nusra Front’s top commander in Northern Aleppo, was killed by the Syrian soldiers and popular forces.
Two other senior commanders of the al-Nusra Front-affiliated terrorist group of Nouriddeen al-Zinki were killed in the Syrian government forces’ offensives in the Northwestern part of Aleppo.
Qatibah Hijazi and Omar Jalouk, two notorious field commander of Nouriddeen al-Hijazi were killed by the Syrian soldiers and poplar forces in the Northern part of Aleppo province.
Earlier reports said that several terrorists of al-Nusra Front, including two senior commanders, were killed in the Syrian artillery and air attacks in the Northwestern part of Aleppo province.
The Syrian fighter jets’ combat sorties over the al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front’s positions near the town of Anadan claimed the lives of many terrorists, including one their Emirs.
In the meantime, Abu Jafar Saloum, a notorious commander of al-Nusra Front, was killed in the Syrian artillery shelling in Hardatnin.
Also today, the Syrian Army and popular forces, in a rapid joint offensive, surprised the ISIL terrorists and drove them back from their strongholds near two small towns in the Eastern countryside of Aleppo city.
The Syrian army and the National Defense Forces (NDF) continued to advance against the ISIL and won back the small town of As Sin in the Western part of the newly-liberated al-Maksour and the village of al-Uweinat.
Tens of the ISIL combatants were killed or wounded in the pro-government forces’ assault and their military hardware and vehicles were damaged.