Nearly 80 Terrorists Killed, Wounded in Syrian Army Attacks in Aleppo City
The Syrian army men’s offensives on the concentration centers and gatherings of Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in Sheikh Saeed in Southeastern Aleppo and in al-Sharafeh and al-Oweijeh in the Northeast left 7 terrorists dead and 42 others wounded.
The body of Fatah al-Sham’s senior commander, Abu Awash, has been identified amont the dead.
The Syrian troops and their popular allies targeted the strongholds of Jeish al-Fatah in al-Mojbal, al-Brij and Hananou, leaving at least 29 terrorists dead.
On Monday, Russian and Syrian fighter jets carried out several joint combat flights over the positions of Fatah al-Sham Front in at least 6 neighborhoods in different parts of Aleppo city.
The Russian and Syrian fighter jets targeted Fatah al-Sham’s concentration centers in Salahuddin, al-Ansari, al-Sakri, al-Sakhour, al-Sha’ar and Tariq al-Bab, and cut off the terrorists’ supply routes to Aleppo city from Kafr Hamra in the North, al-Mansoureh in the West and Khalseh, Khan Touman, al-Eis and al-Zarbeh in Southern Aleppo.
Military sources also said that at least 29 militants were killed and 27 more were wounded in clashes with the Syrian pro-government forces near a road connecting al-Mojba to al-Brij and Masaken al-Hananou in the Northeastern parts of Aleppo.
In the meantime, a commander of Nouralddeen al-Zinki terrorist group in Karam al-Torab, known as Omar al-Sheikh, was killed in clashes with the army men.