Syrian Army gives terrorists 72 hours to surrender in southwestern Aleppo
The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) successful military operation in the eastern pocket of Aleppo has paved the way for their upcoming battle in the southwestern suburbs, as they endeavor to clear the remaining areas under jihadist control.
Following their failure to maintain the eastern pocket of Aleppo City, the jihadist rebels of Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest) were given 72 hours to surrender the Rashiddeen 4 and 5 suburbs by the Syrian Arab Army’s High Command.
Failure to surrender these suburbs will result in the commencement of the Syrian Arab Army’s military operations in southwestern Aleppo.
Unlike their previous offensives in Aleppo, the Syrian Arab Army and their allies from Hezbollah have a clear numerical advantage in terms of manpower, which is something they will use to their advantage against the depleted jihadist forces.
With help from their Russian allies, the Syrian Arab Army is poised to clear the remaining pockets of resistance inside the western part of Aleppo; and if successful, they will have full control of the provincial capital since the war broke out in this city in August 2012.