Jeish al-Fatah terrorists did not allow rescue teams to enter the Eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city via six government-established corridors to transfer the injured hospitals during the humanitarian pause.
Local sources said that the terrorists also did not allow the coordinator of the UN humanitarian affairs to enter Aleppo to negotiate with terrorist commanders for evacuation of the wounded civilians.
Reports said earlier today that Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) continues to seize people’s food supplies by force and executed an Imam who tried to persuade civilians and militants to leave the Eastern part of Aleppo.
“On the third day of the humanitarian paused in Aleppo, the Fatah al-Sham arrested and assassinated a popular leader who called on militants to lay down arms and enter peace with government and urged people to leave the city as soon as possible,” sources in the Eastern parts of the city said.
In the meantime, more civilians in Eastern Aleppo called on international organizations to help them leave Aleppo.
“People in the Eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo face very bad situation. The terrorists groups take by force their food supplies and money and beat them,” one of residents said.