ISIS Defenses Collapse In Eastern Aleppo As Tiger Forces Liberate Large Area En Route To Maskanah

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ISIS Defenses Collapse In Eastern Aleppo As Tiger Forces Liberate Large Area En Route To Maskanah

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The ISIS defense is rapidly collapsing under a pressure of the Syrian military in the province of Aleppo.

Government forces, led by the Syrian Army’s Tiger Forces, have liberated Jarah Kabir, Durubiyah al-Kabirah, Nafiiyah, Atira, Atira Cattle Farm, Mazyounat al-Humur, Tall Hassan and Jubb al-Ali from ISIS terrorists.

Multiple airstrikes against ISIS targets were reported in the Maskanah countryside and areas north of it.

The Russian Aerospace Forces and the Syrian Air Force are actively supporting the government advance towards the strategic ISIS-held town of Maskanah.

ISIS Defenses Collapse In Eastern Aleppo As Tiger Forces Liberate Large Area En Route To Maskanah

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  • Leo Jansen

    Very good Job keep kicking the Ass of these Terrorist Scum!

  • Valery Grigoryev

    At last a good move there after long timebreak!

    • paolo duchateau

      Valery: Stand by because Astana.

      • Valery Grigoryev

        Probably, due to the recent rebels offensive in Northern Hama. SAA has a lack of manpower. Only Tigers and Hawks are effective, while there are not plenty of them in total.

        • Thegr8rambino

          I wish all of SAA could be trained to be as good as them, the war would be won by next week probably lmao

          • Valery Grigoryev

            You are too much optimistic. There are a bunch of rivals, supported by foreign powers.

          • Thegr8rambino

            Better to be an optimist than a pessimist, and being a realist all the time is much too boring. I have you figured as a grouch. Besides, I would hate to see you as commander of SAA telling them that. Stuff like that is the last thing they need to hear! Especially now.

          • Valery Grigoryev

            I would never be a commander of SAA:) I’m just a realistic analyst…

          • Thegr8rambino

            i would love to be. there is time for realism, but there is always time for optimism and there should never be a time for pessimism is my belief

          • dutchnational

            There is no major armed faction within Syria not supported by a foreign power, Assad included.

        • paolo duchateau

          True, SAA needs soldiers

  • Stephen

    People like Syrian president Dr. Bashar Al Assad due to his amnesty. He is unique and different leader than others.

    • dutchnational

      IS is being kicked out of more territory. That is something to like.

      Beyond that, I do not see much to like in Assad. He is a butcher and mass murderer, responsible for the destruction of his country, almost half a million dead, 5 million refugees abroad and even more millions internally.

      The vast majority share those views. The opposition, the rebels, IS, SDF, the external refugees and the internal refugees fled to non Assad held territory.

      Wake up man.

      • Tudor Miron

        Stop spreading this lies or give us some real evidence other than MSM fake news.

      • Stern Daler

        Assad is not the head of a Western style democracy – that is all.

        But Assad is no more a butcher that than the politicians that funded, armed and supply the Takfiri mercenaries that fight, murder rape and pillage for regime change.

        By the principles of the Tokyo trials You could hang Obama, Erdogan & other politicians plus and the operators that trained and “advised” the insurgent butchers.

        Their slaughtering Syria and its people to grab power and assets is no more halal than Assad’s holding on. .

        • DJ Double D

          Well said.

        • dutchnational

          If you define butchering your own people as “not the head of a western style democracy”, then you are fully right.

          Imo being (a dicatorial) head of state, you have the obligation to “lead” your people towards a better future.

          As such, your resposabilities go beyond those of rebels etc.

          That does not mean I have any support for the rebels, IS, shariaists or whatever. I concur with your assessment of tthose. As far as I am concerned, they can hang all those leaders, including Assad.

      • Ono&Dsz

        Who says so? CNN? NBC? Tell us.. give us real proof!!
        WIKIPEDIA: ”Physical evidence (also called real evidence or material evidence) is any material object that plays some role in the matter that gave rise to the litigation, introduced as evidence in a judicial proceeding (such as a trial) to prove a fact in issue based on the object’s physical characteristics.”

      • Stephen

        Please tell me are you from Syrian government side or from foreign countries proxy side?

        • Hisham Saber

          dutchnational is just another miserable jew who is propagating the lies of his cousins in the U.S. media and State Dept.

          • Stephen

            You are absolutely right.

      • Julius Meinel

        Your are watching too much Jewish own TV in the Netherlands! He is the sole secular leader in that part of the world; from my point of view he can butcher as many jihadist as he wants, they are all scumbags, hellbent on dominating the world with their intolerant approach to Islam.

        The refugees were instructed by the Soros and the Saudis ( both parties with their own interest) to go conquer Europe. They could have settled in Saudi Arabia or other Islamic countries like Pakistan or elsewhere in the Middle east. Yet they were purposely directed towards our land in Europe. At the very least they could have embrace Assad secular view, learn some math, physics, chemistry and make a good life for themselves in Syria. But the goat fuckers chose to pick up the Kalashnikov and the Koran and destroy everything and kill anyone in their path that did not agree with their backward word view.

        Yes, there are indeed many of those as you pointed out ( maybe more than 5 million). That does not make them any better than the Nazi sin the second world war or the Bolsheviks in the USSR. They were also many and just as bad for humanity as these Jihadist.

        • dutchnational

          Thank you all for your insults. The fact that you (the commentors above) cannot go beyond insults just prove you are wrong. As for proof, I have just as much necessity of giving proof of what I say as the lot of you. And you do not give any proof at all for what you say, claim or insult.

          So, given your statements, “prove” I am jewish, caved in, zionist, blowjob, misarable jew, syrian government of foreign government?, or whatever.

          And what are you ? Imo, you all sound like sectarian antisemites unable to listen to somebody with a different opinion.

          Is this ok now for namecalling?

      • Hisham Saber

        Spoken like a true Zionist blowjob, if I had your address, I would send you a pillow to kneel on while you serviced your Israeli cousins.

      • gustavo

        Stop watching CNN, Fox, CBS, BBC bias news. Your are just saying what they want you to say….repeater.

      • DJ Double D

        You caved in to Propaganda.

  • PZIVJ

    Looks like the Tigers are back in business !
    Taking Jubb Ali along the rail line is a very nice advance.
    Time to remove the Daesh trash from the Maskanah plains.

  • Gjergj

    I knew Tigers were just reorganizing for a show like this! Well done Tigers!

  • Jens Holm

    Fine, ISIS still would have a few minor strongpoints west of the mainroad.

    Sometimes I think the rhertoric is infllammatory and overhelming. The strange thing to me has been, that those SAA hasnt advanced right away.

    Now ISIS good chanced to withdraw and regroup, what – probatly small – they have left.

    Advance and keeping it is fine.

    • PZIVJ

      The path of least resistance is to flank Maskanah from the west.
      SAA likes to move behind a Daesh stongpoint, It’s all good.

      • dutchnational

        The SAA also has experience with being flanked themselves.

        They can pass the city but have to isolate it to prevent being taken in the back.

        • Hisham Saber

          This is not the Napoleonic Wars, where set piece armies meet on a battlefield and the outcome is assured by the end of the day. This is a brutal urban battlefield of almost 300 fronts, very fluid with the enemy hiding behind civilians and supported by major powers.

          Give the SAA and Hezbollah credit for the remarkable achievements they have accomplished.

          Heck, the much regarded Israeli army couldn’t withstand more than 33 days against a guerilla war with Hezbollah(2006) let alone a grinding 5-6 relentless years like the SAA nd Hezbollah have been engaged in in Syria ! Even the U.S. is /has gotten beat by guys in flip-flops and bed sheets in Afghanistan. Armed with only AK-47’s. Lol.

          Go SAA, Hezbollah, Russia and Iran.

          • Stern Daler

            Absolutely! But the SAA is defending their home. This gives them courage and patience to carry on for 6 endless years.

          • Jens Holm

            Most of the others fight for their homes too. Dont forget that. This gives them courage and patience to carry on for 6 endless years too.

          • Jens Holm

            I agre in the military matters at the first 4 lines and has no comment for the rest.

            They/You have to eliminate those many smaller fronts and it make sense doing it by changing people with it as its done.

            The defenders from You are given too much time for it, and when You stop regrouping, its wrong.

            You should have reserves behind going forwards, when your first attakers are tired, wounded, dead or has a lack of supply. You now are too thin spread out for ISIS and has even invated a – non real army zone alon the Jordanian border. Wasnt those troops made for an advance towards Deir el Zor.

            What do Your own hard working defenders in Deir El Zor think about that hoping they at least could see some light from Your canons and airplanes – far away – but advancing.

          • dutchnational

            This is what I was saying (shorter though).

          • Jens Holm

            ok

          • dutchnational

            SAA advanced a year earlier on Tabqah too and came within shooting distance.

            As they had not secured their flanks, they were attacked by IS from the flanks and were routed.

            Bypassing a city can be done in order for a quick advance. But you will have to secure your flanks. If they do not, they run the risk of being routed again.

            I do not have any problems with the SAA being routed, but I would feel sorry for the lives being lost unnecessarily bacause of incompetent leadership.

        • Jens Holm

          I agree. Its seen so many times SAA has been outflanked themselves or even has got their middle away by counterattacks.

  • paolo duchateau

    Faster than other side of Euphrate…

  • Thegr8rambino

    I fucking love it, seeing more of the black areas turn red lol

    • Hisham Saber

      someday in the near future, the red areas will extend all the way to Tel-Aviv.

      Both the SAA and Hezbollah have 5-6 years experience fighting a brutal war of attrition. They both have big muscles now. While the IDF are mostly exchange students from Brooklyn New York. Lol.

      In a future regional conflict, Israel stands no chance except for there air force.

      • Thegr8rambino

        hahahahah yes i love it

      • dutchnational

        SAA big muscles? They do not even have the manpower to relieve DeZ. Hezbollah has not fought in a war. It is fighting in a civil war.

        Where is the proof of what you say. Are you a fake troller? Or just a plain antisemite?

        Can you give real comment instead of just repeating an obscure arab sectarian radiostation from somewhere? Have you caved in?

        Are you a disguised alawite? Or a paid troll?

  • gustavo

    Good news, so far. Congratulation to SAA forces et al.