The Syrian Army troops and their popular allies have been fortifying their strongholds in Northwestern Aleppo city and are ready to fend off any possible attack by the newly-arrived terrorists in the region, informed sources in Northern Syria said Sunday.
“Tens of fresh terrorists, who left their bases in Dar al-Izah and Ein Jareh, have arrived in the Northern and Northwestern countryside of Aleppo to participate in large-scale offensives on the government forces’ positions in al-Lairamoun, Zahra Abd Rabeh and Ahrash al-Lairamoun,” the sources said.
“The Syrian government forces, for their part, have reinvigorated their defense abilities in the Northern and Northwestern districts of Aleppo to repulse any possible offensive there,” the sources added.
In the meantime, the Syrian government forces, backed up by the Syrian fighter jets, have been beating terrorists of Jeish al-Fatah back from more positions in Southern and Southwestern districts of Aleppo city, including in al-Ramousiyeh, 1070 project, old Aleppo and al-Hamdaniyeh.
Reports said earlier today that a notorious commander of Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) was killed in the attacks carried out by the Syrian Army troops and popular forces in al-Ramousiyeh district.
Shams Abu Mohammad was killed in clashes with the government forces in the Southern part of Aleppo city.