11 Terrorist Commanders Killed in Battles with Syrian Army in Aleppo

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Eleven terrorist commanders were killed during fierce clashes with the Syrian Army and its popular allies, while another one was badly wounded, in the southern, southwestern and western parts of Aleppo in recent days.

11 Terrorist Commanders Killed in Battles with Syrian Army in Aleppo

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Clashes between terrorists and the Syrian Army troops and their popular allies claimed lives of hundreds of terrorists, including nearly a dozen commanders, in the southern, southwestern and western parts of Aleppo in recent days.

According to dissident pages in social media, commander Mohammad Dakmeh, commander of the First Brigade Abdullah Shama, commander of the Free Syrian Army Saddam Hussein were killed in al-Ramousiyeh in the south of Aleppo. Jeish al-Mujahedeen commanders, Yusuf Zoah and Mustafa Jomah, were killed in Souq al-Jabas and 1070 Housing project in the west of Aleppo, respectively.

Commander of the Jeish al-Islam Kamal al-Ahmad was killed in al-Sharafeh in the south of Aleppo, Jeish al-Islam commander Adnan Sabreh was killed in Zahiyeh clashes in the west of Aleppo, while commander of the Jeish al-Islam Mahmoud Sandeh was killed in the Artillery Academy buildings in the southwest of Aleppo.

11 Terrorist Commanders Killed in Battles with Syrian Army in Aleppo

According to reports, commander of the Jeish al-Islam Mahanad Akidi was killed in battles near the village of al-Sharafeh and commander of the al-Shamiyeh Front Shamsalddeen al-Mafdhi was killed in al-Ramousiyeh.

As it was reported earlier today, several combat flights were carried out by Russian fighter jets over the concentration centers and gatherings of the Jeish al-Fatah near the city of Aleppo. Tens of terrorists, including a Fatah al-Sham (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) commander, were killed. The Fatah al-Sham confirmed death of one of its commanders, Abu Mohammad Turkistan, in Russian air attacks during a meeting of Jeish al-Fatah’s leaders in al-Qasabiyeh in Aleppo.

A commander of the Ahrar al-Sham, Abu Salah, also was badly wounded in the air attack.

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