Several commanders within the ranks of the Syrian army and Hezbollah said the terrorists in Aleppo are both receiving logistical aid and intelligence support from the western states, specially the US warships deployed in the Mediterranean Sea.
The latest intelligence operations by the resistance forces showed that the warships of the western states, specially the US, deployed in the Mediterranean Sea send intelligence to Jeish al-Fatah militants in Syria.
“The western countries’ warships are providing the terrorists with information and intel about the resistance forces’ moves round the clock and they (the militants) continue their operations with the help of the very same information,” sources in resistance forces said on Monday.
Meantime, the latest news said that the terrorists’ trans-regional supporters have supplied them with hundreds of anti-armored TOW missiles through their allies in the region.
“The Jeish al-Fatah members seek to break the siege of their comrades in Aleppo while the Hezbollah resistance forces are showing strong resistance against them with the least possibilities,” a member of the resistance forces said.
Meantime, sources disclosed on Monday that Jeish al-Fatah’s non-stop attacks to break the government forces’ siege of Aleppo were mostly aimed at evacuating a number of Turkish and Western officers trapped in militant-held districts in Aleppo.
“Several military advisors and trainers, working for the terrorist groups were trapped in Eastern Aleppo and have been transferred to militant-held regions in Southern Aleppo via Jeish al-Fatah-established corridors in al-Ramousiyeh,” the sources said.
After seven phases of massive operations by over 9,000 terrorists on multiple fronts in Eastern, Southern and Southwestern Aleppo in the last five days, the US-backed Jeish Al-Fatah coalition of 22 terrorist groups failed to break the siege except for one very narrow stretch of land in the Southwest that is under hell fire by the Russian air force and Syrian artillery units blocking the terrorists from opening a path to go through to escape the siege or bring in supplies and fresh forces. Jeish Al-Fatah has lost over 500 militants only in the Eastern frontline, while the latest reports on Sunday afternoon said they have so far lost 700 militants in the South. The militants managed to win control over three of the five Army Academies, but later came under the Russian warplanes’ non-stop airstrikes and an unending barrage of missile and rocket attacks by the Syrian artillery units.
At least 600 members of Jeish al-Fatah terrorist group were killed and many more were wounded in clashes with the Syrian Army troops and their popular allies in the Southwestern countryside of Aleppo last week, taking the total number of terrorist casualties in Aleppo clashes in the last week to 1,200, military sources said.
“The Syrian government forces’ anti-terrorism operations Southwest of Aleppo city have claimed the lives of at least 600 terrorists,” sources said.
“81 terrorists were killed while using bomb-laden suicide vehicles against government forces’ positions,” the sources said.
“Jeish al-Fatah had gathered nearly 4,000 fighters till the second phase of operations to break army’s siege of militant-held districts in Aleppo, but their number increased to 9,000 after Jiesh al-Fatah’s call for more combatants,” they went on to say.
Meantime, resistance forces said that at least 2,000 fresh popular forces have arrived in Aleppo to join the Syrian government forces’ war against Jeish al-Fatah terrorists in the Southern parts of the city.
“The newly-arrived resistance fighters are specialists in street war and know very well different tactics of battling against the well-equipped terrorists,” the sources said.
Syrian Army troops, Lebanese Hezbollah resistance forces, Iraqi resistance movements including al-Nujaba, Iranian military advisors (IRGC and Army), National Defense Forces and popular forces from Nubl and al-Zahra have taken part in joint operations in Aleppo.