Wednesday, 9 December 2015

With the help Of Iran, Hezb Allah and Russia the Syrian Army is exterminating Anglo American terrorist squads and mercenaries and reclaiming the lands and resources these had stolen from the Syrian people.
Syrian Army and Hezbollah Advance in Southern and Eastern Aleppo – Latest Map Update


Yesterday, the Syrian Arab Army’s Tiger Forces (Cheetah Forces Team 6) finally managed to liberate Kuweiris Airbase after the area had been besieged for 35 months by the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS).
Currently, Tiger Forces are attempting to thicken the dangerously thin supply line that cuts deep into previously ISIS-held territory; however, this unit is set to be reployed to Hama, leaving the future of this base in the Deir Hafer Plains unknown.
On the southern front, the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division and Hezbollah have captured approximately 250 square kilometers of territory in just one month of fighting the Islamist opposition fighters.
In the last 48 hours alone, the Syrian Arab Army and Hezbollah have captured 5 villages that are located south of the strategic town of Al-Hader while the Islamist insurgents were only able  to recapture 1 village from the pro-government forces.
Syrian Army and Hezbollah soldiers on this frontline have seen themselves advance to areas which had previously been rebel-held since the summer of 2012.
The next objective is currently unknown; however, there are several possibilities:
The Syrian Arab Army and Hezbollah could continue their march south towards Hama, but a push west  towards the government enclave of Al-Fu’ah Kefraya is most likely the option after seizing the Aleppo-Damascus Highway.
However, there is still 25 km until the army can reach these predominately Shia towns in the Idlib Governorate.
Furthermore, this would also obstruct rebel supply lines on the strategic M-5 highway.
A different maneuver would be to encircle and crush the resistance in Al-Hader while subsequently advancing north towards the strategic city of Khan Touman.
The city of Aleppo has maintained a largely static frontline since the successful government offensives codenamed “Operation Northern Storm” and “Operation Canopus Star” in 2013 & 2014; these offensives saw the Syrian Army recapture a vast stretch of territory in several areas, including the vital industrial area of Sheikh Najjar.

However. somewhat disappointingly, the SAA has been unable to cut off rebel supply lines that lead to the city; this would have relieved the pressure on the Nubl-Zahraa enclave to the northwest.

Syrian Army and Hezbollah Sweep Through Southern Aleppo: Islamist Rebels Suffer Massive Defeat


On Thursday morning, the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division – in coordination with Hezbollah, the National Defense Forces (NDF) of Aleppo City, the Al-Ba’ath Battalions, and several Iranian and Iraqi paramilitary units – surprised the Islamist rebels from Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham, Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki, and Liwaa Suqour Al-Sham with a powerful assault on the strategic city of Al-Hadher, killing several of the latter’s militants before they imposed full control over this rebel stronghold in southern Aleppo.
According to a battlefield journalist traveling with the SAA’s 4th Mechanized Division in southern Aleppo, the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies broke-through the Islamist rebel defenses around 11:30 A.M. (Damascus Time) and reportedly captured the Al-Hadher National Hospital within minutes of overrunning Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham’s positions.
Following their decisive victory at Al-Hadher, the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies shifted their attention to two different sites in southern Aleppo: Al-‘Eiss and Khirbat Al-Muhal.
With the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division attacking Khirbat Al-Muhal, Hezbollah and the Iraqi/Iranian paramilitary units concentrated on the strategic mountain town of Al-‘Eiss; this had an adverse effect on the Islamist rebel frontlines as they found their forces spread too thin.
The Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division rolled through Khirbat Al-Muhal and Tal Bajjar, seizing these two villages after an intense series of firefights with the Islamist rebels from Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki and Liwaa Suqour Al-Sham.
North of the aforementioned villages, Hezbollah and the Iraqi/Iranian paramilitary units attacked Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham’s positions inside Al-‘Eiss; this assault proved too much for the aforementioned rebel group, resulting in their retreat to the town’s outskirts in order to avoid being overrun.
While many activists claimed Al-‘Eiss was fully captured by Hezbollah and the Iranian/Iraqi paramilitary units, a ground source confirmed that there is still ongoing firefights at the town’s western flank – he did, however, confirm that Al-‘Eiss is under fire control.
Unfortunately for the Islamist rebels, the events that took place on Thursday proved very costly as they now face a serious threat along the strategic Aleppo-Damascus Highway, which is also their primary supply route from Idlib to Aleppo.
Much of the Syrian Armed Forces’ success was attributed to the large presence of Iraqi and Iranian fighters, who did most of the fighting inside the strategic town of Al-‘Eiss.
Among the Iranian and Iraqi paramilitary units, the largest groups participating in this attack were the following: Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi), Kata’eb Hezbollah (Iraqi), Liwaa Abu Fadl Al-‘Abbas (Iraqi), and Firqa Fatayyemoun (Iranian/Afghani).

Hezbollah and the Syrian Army Advance in Southern Aleppo as the Islamist Rebels Issue a Cry for Help


The Islamist rebels of Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group), Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham, Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki, and Liwaa Suqour Al-Sham are in serious trouble in the Aleppo Governorate’s southern countryside, as both the Syrian Armed Forces and Hezbollah push towards the strategic Aleppo-Damascus Highway (M-5).
On Wednesday morning, the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division – in coordination with the National Defense Forces (NDF) of Aleppo, Hezbollah, and Harakat Al-Nujaba – continued their powerful assault on Barqoum and Al-Zorba, advancing inside these aforementioned towns located along the Aleppo-Damascus Highway after a series of intense firefights with the Islamist rebels of Jabhat Al-Nusra, Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham, and Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki.
While the Syrian Armed Forces and their allies advance to the Aleppo-Damascus Highway, Jabhat Al-Nusra and Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham attempted to enter the strategic town of Tal Al-‘Eiss for the second time in 48 hours; however, for the second time, they failed to bypass the stiff defenses of the pro-government forces.
With the situation getting worse by the day for the Islamist rebels, members of the Jabhat Al-Nusra issued a distress call for immediate assistance against the “Rawafidh” (derogatory term for a Shiite Muslim) because they are on the verge of losing several key points along the Aleppo-Damascus Highway.
The message was directed towards the Syrian Al-Qaeda group “Jund Al-Aqsa”, who is currently fighting the Syrian Armed Forces in the Hama Governorate’s northern countryside.
If the Islamist rebels lose Al-Zorba to the Syrian Armed Forces and Hezbollah, the latter will have effectively cutoff their primary supply line from the Idlib Governorate to the provincial capital of the Aleppo Governorate.

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