Opposition advances as Phase II of Aleppo battle starts
Date: 2016-11-04 14:02
During Phase II of the Battle for Aleppo, opposition’s Jaysh al-Fatth and Fatth Halab operations rooms achieved on Friday important advances in their way to break Aleppo’s siege, our correspondents network reported.
Opposition factions of Jaysh al-Fatth were able to control residential blocks in New Aleppo neighborhood, to the west of Aleppo, after piercing Assad terrorists and Iranian mercenaries’ front-line defenses with tens of rocket and artillery shells, field sources told Orient Net.
(Preliminary tank shelling on Assad terrorists and Iranian mercenaries in New Aleppo neighborhood)
Two Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED)s were sent to target the positions of the Iranian mercenaries in New Aleppo neighborhood. After that, infiltrators, or Inghimasis, of Jaysh al-Fatth started to advance in the neighborhood.
(Opposition’s infiltrator fighters heading to pierce Assad terrorists and Iranian mercenaries’ defenses in New Aleppo neighborhood)
Meanwhile, Jaysh al-Fatth was able to advance, for the first time, in the 3000 Apartments Project near al-Hamdanyya, west of Aleppo, after launching a wide-scale assault on the positions and stationing points of the Iranian mercenaries. Before This advance, Ahrar al-Sham sent a car bomb to the Iranian mercenaries’ positions.
Also, Jaysh al-Fatth and Fatth Halab operations room targeted Assad Military Academy, to the west of Aleppo, with tank and mortar shells.
More, Iranian mercenaries and Assad terrorists suffered huge human losses today on Friday, sources in Jaysh al-Fatth confirmed to Orient Net. Around 80 of the Iranian and Assad terrorists were killed, while dozens were injured after two manned VBIEDs were sent to their positions in New Aleppo neighborhood.
It is worthy to mention that, during Phase I of the Battle for Aleppo, Jaysh al-Fatth and Fatth Halab factions controlled strategic locations including Dhahiyat al-Assad, Manyan, Manasher Manyan, and the Cardboard factory, west of Aleppo.