URGENT: Top Commander of Terrorists in Aleppo City Killed in Syrian Army Attack
The Arabic language al-Hadath news website reported that top Commander of Jeish al-Fatah militants, Abu Walid al-Oqab, was killed by the direct fire of the Syrian pro-government forces in Eastern Aleppo on Monday.
Abu Walid was previously the top commander of al-Shamiyeh Front terrorist group.
The army soldiers also discovered several warehouses of terrorists in newly-freed neighborhoods of Aleppo city. The terrorist groups had hoarded a large volume of food stuff mostly produced in Turkey in these warehouses.
The Arabic language al-Mayadeen’s photographer released several images of hoarded food stuff by the militants, disclosing that the militant groups had collected a large volume of food stuff in their warehouse in anticipation of long-time battle with the Syrian army.
The Al-Mayadeen report went on to say that the militants that were besieged by the army men were preventing distribution of the food stuff among people in Eastern district of Aleppo.
Meantime, large volumes of Turkish food stuff have been discovered in the bases of al-Towhid terrorist group in Aleppo city.
The army men also found a tunnel that the terrorists wanted to detonate below the army soldiers’ positions.
The Russian Peace Coordination Center in Syria announced on Monday that the army troops and popular forces are now in control of over 95 percent of Eastern Aleppo, while other sources said the army has 98 percent of the city under its control.
“Over the past 24 hours, the Syrian armed forces have liberated three districts of the Eastern part of Aleppo. Thus, over 95 percent of the territory of Aleppo is under government control,” the Russian center said in a statement, adding that terrorists are squeezed now in a very small area.
In the meantime, the Arabic language Elam al-Harbi news website disclosed that the army and popular forces have tightened siege on militant in Southeastern Aleppo, cornering terrorists of Jeish al-Fatah in only five sq/km that is only two percent of Aleppo city’s total area.