Shelters and concentration points of terrorists, going to join others in the southern parts of Aleppo on orders of their commanders, were pounded by the Syrian Air Force. As result, terrorists suffered heavy losses, the Fars news agency reported, citing an unnamed battlefield source.
“The Jaish al-Fatah terrorists had just arrived in Idlib from Darayya after reaching an agreement with the Syrian government to leave town in the Damascus countryside and were ordered to join other terrorists in the Southern Aleppo,” the source said on Monday.
According to the source, Syrian aircraft launched air strikes on shelters and gathering points of Jaish al-Fatah terrorists after receiving relevant intelligence data. As some sources announced, the airstrikes resulted in the death of at least 20 terrorists and wounding tens of others.
Jaish al-Fatah terrorists were stationed in the Syrian army officers’ housing complexes which are under the terrorists’ control in Idlib now.
On Monday, Arabic-language media reported, citing unnamed informed local sources, that terrorist groups in the eastern part of Aleppo have been demoralized because their comrades left them to join the battle in the city of Jarabalus near the Turkish border.
“Al-Shamiyeh Front terrorists are very discontent with their commanders for dispatching a large number of their militants to Jarabalus at Turkey’s request,” the sources said
The source noted that morale completely left the terrorists because Jeish al-Fatah members have failed to open a supply line for them through al-Ramousiyeh and have not sent aid to them via the Castillo road, which is currently under the Syrian army control.