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Terrorists Acknowledge Defeat in Syria Battle

28 December 2016 17:59

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One of the notorious field commanders of Ahrar al-Sham terrorist group admitted that militants’ defeat in the Aleppo battle was so devastating that pushed the whole war against the Syrian government and army on the verge of complete failure.

“The rebellion has collapsed and the new decisions to be made by the opposition groups in coming days will show if the new path of the opposition groups will end up in their death or freedom (from these problems),” Labib al-Nahas said.

He further warned that bringing ISIL terrorists to Idlib province would a very dangerous development, and “if the masterminds of Fatah al-Sham Front (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) stay inactive, it will end in catastrophic results”.

The Ahrar al-Sham commander pointed to the Aleppo battle and said it showed that war needs more mechanisms other than military ones.

On Thursday, the last batch of terrorists and their families left the neighborhoods of Al-Zobaydiyeh, al-Ansari and Salahuddin East of Aleppo.

The Syrian Army and its allies from the resistance front made history and took back the country’s second most important city from thousands of terrorists in a landmark victory that will change the future of the war in Syria.

The last pocket of terrorists left Eastern Aleppo on Thursday evening, meaning that the Syrian army and its allies purged all city districts of Jeish Al-Fatah terrorists and completed control over the entire city.

Syria has been grappling with deadly unrests since early 2011, and only after two years, Damascus found itself under the siege of a variety of terrorist groups overtly and covertly supported by the western powers and their regional allies — especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.

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