Syria, Aleppo: Syrian Army Repelled Attacks by Terrorists

Aleppo, Syria - View of the Town Hall
Aleppo, Syria - View of the Town Hall
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Russia: No reason to doubt the sincerity of Syria regarding the chemical weapons deal.

After the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the documents of the UN report regarding the use of chemical weapons in suburbs of Syria’s capital Damascus on August 21 would ignore factual evidence and criticized the recently published report by the UN inspectors about the use of chemical weapons in Syria, Russia has now underlined in a new statement that there is no reason to doubt the sincerity of the Syrian government regarding the US-Russia deal to put the chemical weapons arsenal of Syria under an international control.

Not to mention that also the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has again rejected the US accusations that the government and Syria’s Army would have been behind the chemical weapons attacks in August. The President of Syria also said in his new interview with the often biased Fox News that Syria will comply with the US-Russian agreement on the chemical weapons stockpiles on Syrian soil and that the Syrian governance will submit a detailed list about all chemical arsenals within a week.

The new statement by Moscow that there is no reason to doubt the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad in their vows to comply with the agreement between Moscow and Washington on the chemical weapons stockpiles on Syrian soil sounds like the Russian administration is actually upset about the behaviour of certain Western states and certainly also in terms of the UN report about the use of chemical weapons. As the Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia has explained after his meeting with Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad and the Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem (al-Moallem) in Damascus yesterday, the UN report includes no reference to the submitted evidence by Syria to the United Nations (UN) and that the documents would ignore “very factual evidence.”

The operative units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the region of the strategically important city of Aleppo (Halab) in Northern Syria were meanwhile able to successfully repel several attacks by the armed terrorist groups in the area.

The foreign-backed terrorist groups in the region of Syria’s city of Aleppo launched several attacks in the district of Al-Lirmun and again in the area of the Al-Kendi Hospital. However, the units of the Syrian Army were able to repel these new attacks by the terrorist groups in Al-Lirmun as well as near the Al-Kendi Hospital.

According to the correspondent of the FarsNews agency, a group of armed terrorists has tried to launch several attacks on the Aleppo district of Al-Lirmun and against the area around the al-Kendi Hospital.

The terrorist attacks were launched from the hideouts of the armed groups in the countryside of Aleppo (Rif Halab). The FarsNews correspondent added that the attacking terrorist groups were then faced the “tough response” by the units of the Syrian Army, The correspondent finally confirmed in his statements that the terrorist groups in Al-Lirmun and around the Al-Kendi Hospital in Aleppo were successfully pushed back by the units of the Syrian Army.

Aleppo, Syria - View of the Town Hall
Aleppo, Syria – View of the Town Hall

According to the information by the FarsNews correspondent, the intense battles between the Syrian Army units and the armed terrorist groups have inflicted heavy losses on the terrorists. The correspondent of FarsNews spoke about “tens of militants” who were killed by the Syrian soldiers and many more terrorists were injured due to the heavy clashes with the army units in the areas of Aleppo (Halab).

And while units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) were able to successfully repell these attacks by the terrorist groups in the area of Aleppo, other units of Syrias Army have launched targeted military operations against concentration points of the armed terrorist groups in the countryside of this strategically important city in Northern Syria. According to the report, the units of the Syrian Army have e.g. carried out military operations against concentration points of the foreign-backed terrorists in the area of the meanwhile probably famous Khan al-Assal (Khan al-Asal).

The report also says that the units of the Syrian Army were able to eliminate tens of terrorists in the intense battles and the targeted military operations in the countryside of Aleppo yesterday.

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  1. Hm. I think that the jihadist rats are going all in. It appears that we’re seeing the onset of atrocities from desperation. with the infantry attacks more a forlorn hope than a winning strategy. As I understand it, a fair proportion of the jihadist rats are condemned criminals whose sentences were commuted, on condition that they go to Syria and join up with al Qaeda, FSA or al Nusra Front, or some other gang of thugs; win or lose, they can never to home again. I’d also think that KSA and other countries are running low on condemned criminals. If the US doesn’t jump in with several billions dollars worth of ordinance (never mind the cost of transportation, maintenance and such, on top of the raw cost of the weapons), the jihadist pig goes to bacon. Fit young guys who might be up for adventure are getting smart; a one way trip is not an adventure, now is it? We do know that the US, Brits and French have special forces operating within Syria, but they can’t carry the ball alone and the jihadists have done everything they can think of to alienate their only hope of a win, which is the support of the citizenry. Add to all that what it costs, per man, to train, equip and transport a rat, with my guess being somewhere north of a hundred Gs per head, in addition to the continual logistics challenges of supply when the darned convoys and solo runners keep getting intercepted and expunged. There’s no country upon the planet which could sustain the financial drain – – besides, these guys don’t fight for free, unless they’re incredibly stupid. So, roll on SAA, NDF and local defense forces! Get on with the rat kinllin’!

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