Map Update: Military Situation in Aleppo City on September 23, 2016

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The map below depicts the military situation in Aleppo city, including directions of the ongoing government offensive, on September 23, 2016.

Map Update: Military Situation in Aleppo City on September 23, 2016

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  • Aquartertoseven

    That can’t be right. They can’t have possibly captured basically entire districts in just a few hours, unless you’re saying that these shaded areas are the focus of attacks.

    • Derapage

      the truth hurts?

      • Aquartertoseven

        You clearly aren’t a regular at this site; I’m pro-government.

        • Ilies Bekhtaoui

          do you have a picture of before because it’s hard for me to see the diffrence where are they advancing exactelly ?

          • Aquartertoseven

            Where there are arrows, in the rebel held section.

          • Ronald

            On enlargement ; there are doted lines forward of the arrows , presumably indicating the “ongoing government offensive” , it does seem like huge gains , entire neighborhoods. It did say ” on-going” , SAA might have caught Al Nusra , off guard , and/or be a large offensive, we will see what holds . edmaps put out a map on Aug 28 , that showed Turkey’s position as it is currently , but all the rest of the media were just reporting Jarubulus (sic)

        • Gregory Louis

          How is it not possible they have airpower and the manpower to complete such a feat

          • Jeremy Cordon

            The areas taken look like farmland. The shaded areas are buildings. They are cutting off the farms first on the besieged cities and that may have taken just a couple of hours.

          • Aquartertoseven

            The Sukkari/Citadel areas are definitely not farmland, this map is definitely bullshit.

          • Aquartertoseven

            Not in hours. It seems like a hoax; Masdar are reporting that a bakery or whatever was captured, not entire districts, hundreds of buildings and what not.

  • Jeremy Cordon

    I’d bet my dog that the “aid” convoys from Turkey to Eastern Aleppo contained ammunition. They were adamant about having no inspections by the Syrian government. That seems very suspicious… “just food but no looking!!!”. Considering that those convoys never arrived I suspect this area will run out of ammo sooner rather than later. This offensive is forcing them to spend whatever ammo they have in defense and when they run out then 200,000 people will be liberated.

    • Marumiyu Moriame

      ya its funny that there was no video of the trucks burning. i bet they were popping with bullets.