Few moments ago, the Syrian army’s Tiger Forces, backed up by Russian warplanes, liberated the village of Deir Qaq from ISIS terrorists in the Syrian province of Aleppo.
Deir Qaq is located at the road linking Aleppo and al-Bab in about 7 km from the ISIS main stronghold in the province.
Meanwhile, pro-Turkish forces once again failed to enter al-Bab after seizing some points in its outskirts.
Supporters of the Kurdish YPG in social media have already produced numberous jokes that so-called “opposition fighters” of the Turkish-backed part of the Free Syrian Army can nothing when they face ISIS terrorists face to face in an urban combat.
A complicated situation on the ground reportedly pushed the Turkish army to participate in a direct combat against ISIS in the area.