By the evening of March 14, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies had established control of Hamra, Muhajereen as well as the nearby Samanah farmland and the Shari’ah agricultural airstrip. At the same time, militants repelled the SAA attack on the village of Huwayz. Clashes were also reported near Jabal Zawiyah.
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Hey Barba, they gave your map.
piece by piece cut them down.
Six people, including two children, were killed by jihadists’ rocket fire on the Al-Nayrab refugee camp in southeast Aleppo.
Propagandas that’s all. other way round happening
The months leading up to this offensive are some of the most prime examples of cautious, considerate diplomacy of our time.
Leave it to jihadi rats guided by western whispers to squander it.
SAA are simply advancing along what has been a front line up to now. They are taking a lot of important agricultural land. How are the jihadis going to eat now? Lol.
they will have to eat each other lmao
the terrorists are using a good strategy…..they are trying to divide saa by counter offensive …but what use is that if you are loosing so much land in your flank?they will be surrounded and chopped to pieces soon…..i hope
I have not heard anything about Russia planes giving some support to this offensive. Where are they ?