Terrorists lose one of the most important areas in Aleppo
Terrorist rebels have lost one of the most important areas in the Aleppo Governorate after controlling it for more than five years.
Over the weekend, the Syrian Arab Army was able to overpower the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham at the Al-Hoss Mountains of southern Aleppo, resulting in the capture of more than 30 towns.
As a result of this advance, the Syrian Arab Army now has fire control over a large part of eastern Idlib, which spells trouble for the jihadist rebels at the Abu Dhuhour Military Airport.
The Syrian Army launched the second phase of their offensive in southern Aleppo, tonight, targeting the last towns located between Jabal Al-Hoss and the Abu Dhuhour Airport.