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Besieged Terrorists in Aleppo Beg for Help From Comrades

11 July 2016 23:00

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The Takfiri terrorists who have been besieged by the Syrian government forces in the city of Aleppo called on their comrades in other parts of Syria to rush to their aide.

“The militants in Aleppo city have called on other militants fighting against the Syrian army to fight more vigorously in order to lessen the existing pressure on them who are under the government troops’ siege,” sources close to the militant groups announced on Monday.

The terrorists who are besieged in Aleppo city are doing their best to free themselves form the government forces’ siege.

Earlier on Monday, the terrorist groups hit the residential areas in different pars of Aleppo province with tens of missiles.

Around 300 missiles were fired by the terrorists on the Aleppo city’s districts of al-Maridian, al-Mashareqeh, al-Mahafezeh, Esmayeeliyeh, Bostan al-Zahreh, Siran al-Qadim, Soleymanieh, al-Martinim, Mislon, al-Jamiliya, Old Manshiya and the surrounding areas of Sa’ad Allah al-Jaberi Square and Bab al-Faraj in Aleppo province.

Many civilians were wounded and several of them were also killed in the terrorists’ missile attacks.

Meantime, several houses caught fire across Aleppo city as a result of missile attacks, specially in old Serian district.

The terrorists who have been besieged in the Aleppo city center have launched massive attacks on the Syrian army positions in different parts of the city, including al-Hal market, Old Aleppo and other parts of the city.

The Syrian army and resistance forces managed to control the situation after the missile attacks by the terrorists and foil the terrorists’ operations.

Also on Monday, military experts said that the Syrian army and their popular allies are resolved to complete the siege on the terrorist groups in Aleppo and launch a large-scale offensive to beat them back from the entire districts of Northern city.

“Recent advances of the Syrian Army and its allies in Northern Aleppo and closure of the terrorist groups’ main supply line connecting Aleppo to the border with Turkey through Castillo region will imminently end in a complete siege on the militant group inside Aleppo as the first phase of government forces’ anti-terrorism operations and full liberation of the city in the final phase,” the added.

“The Syrian government forces will not allow Ankara’s dream of taking full control over border territories in Northern Syrian to come true,” they added.

“Liberation of Aleppo will end Turkey’s dreams to expand its territories across Northern Syria via setting up safe zone,” the sources said.

On Sunday, battlefield sources in Syria refuted the terrorists’ claims about advancing in Northern Aleppo, and underlined the government forces’ full control over the newly-liberated territories in the province.

“The Syrian soldiers and their popular allies fended off large-scale offensive of the al-Nusra Front and Nouralddeen al-Zinki terrorists on the government forces’ stronghold in the Southern farms of al-Malaah region and the Northern side of Castillo highway, the only supply line to the terrorist-held districts of Aleppo city,” the sources said.

“The terrorist groups stormed the government positions by several bomb-laden suicide vehicles, but the Syrian soldiers targeted and detonated them before reaching the army’s defense lines,” they added.

“Hundreds of terrorists, then, stormed the army’s positions but their attacks were repelled by the army men and popular forces,” the sources said.

“The militant groups left behind dozens of their dead and wounded members and fled the battlefield without any gain.”

“Al-Malaah region is under full control of the Syrian military forces, and the Castillo highway is still closed and under full fire control of the army,” they underlined.

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