PROGRESS IN WEST AND EAST GHOUTA IS GOING UNNOTICED WHILE ALL EYES ON ALEPPO. NEWS & MAPS FROM SELECTED BATTLEFRONTS.

“Exclusive to SyrPer” by Canthama

 

While, understandably, all eyes are on the final stage of Aleppo’s liberation, remarkable progress has been taking place in all East and West Ghouta around Damascus. Lets recap:

 

East Ghouta

The advance in the northeast part of the pocket has been steady for a few months. In the last few days, control of Al-Rayhaan Village has essentially neutralized the terrorists in Tal Kurdi, while placing the SAA on the eastern front door of Doumaa, the largest city under terrorist control inside the East Ghouta pocket, a situation that only forces the terrorists to realize their fate. Negotiations for a truce or evacuation may in fact be under way due to the extremely debilitating situation for the terrorists and the civilians held hostage.

Last Thursday, 400 terrorists and 1600 civilian relatives were evacuated from al Haama and Qudsayaa, northwest of Damascus, toward Idlib, while hundreds of terrorists surrendered to the Syrian Government to settle their situation. This remarkable “Syrian-to-Syrian” reconciliation marked a very important step toward many more cases like that in what might become a model in the weeks/months to come. (Ziad reported that yesterday in detail.)

Three days ago, the SAA together with the PLA (Palestine Liberation Army) stormed the Yarmouk camp, once a vibrant suburb of Dasmascus housing thousands of Palestinians. The camp currently is under ISIS control.  In fact, it is the only ISIS pocket in East Ghouta. The surprise operation was a success and most of the northern section, about half of the camp, has been liberated.

 

West Ghouta

We will always remember the victorious campaign that liberated Daarayyaa two months ago, but, what went unnoticed was that it sparked a very peaceful reconciliation in Mua’dhdhamiyya west of Daarayyaa where thousands of civilians were liberated from the stench of terrorism.

Right now, the main action in West Ghoutaa is a bit further south of Daarayyaa, at the so called Khaan Al-Shaykh pocket, which contains 6 villages, Khaan Al-Shaykh being the largest one.

For about the past 10 days, the SAA has started an offensive to fully control this pocket. When successful, it will have important implications for the front line near Shab’a and Qunaytra.

Friday morning, Ziad shared with us the news that the village of Al-Dayr Khabiyya (Var: Al-Dayr Khibya) was finally liberated after fierce resistance from the terrorists over the past 10 days.  The SAA had essentially encircled the village late last night after capturing Tal Al-Dayr Khabiyya, southeast of the village. The “door” is now open for the SAA to cut through the farms and split this pocket in two in the next few days.

Map credited to @tutomap

Latest maps and brief comments from selected battlefronts.

 

Der ez Zor 

Tal Thardaa point 1 is under SAA control while points 2, 3 & Tal Kuroom are still under ISIS control. The situation remains dangerous with the airbase under threat. Only helicopters are allowed to use it. On the other hand, strong RuAF and SAAF support has been seen since the USAF gave support to ISIS by attacking the SAA.

Map credited to @tutomap

 

Northern Hama

After Thursday’s liberation of Ma’an, the Tiger Force is at striking distance of M5 from Tell Bizam. Once the M5 is cut off, the cities of Sooraan, Ma’ardas and Teebat Al-Imaam will be roughly encircled. Halfaayaa is under a temporary truce.

 Map credited to @miladvisor

 

Aleppo

Situation of Aleppo after the complete collapse of terrorist defensive lines in the northeast axis: the SAA and Liwaa` Al- Quds have crushed the terrorists in Talaat Burayj, Majbal Al-Zaytoon, Tal ‘Uwayja,Tal Al-Asfar and Manaasher, while advancing toward Ba’abdeen Square. Several blocks of the Al- Haydariyya Youth Housing is under total control of SAA and Liwaa` Al-Quds. Some Syrian flags are visible on top of buildings in Al-Haydariyya, clearly showing civilian support for the Syrian Government advances. At the current pace, soon Indhaaraat District will be liberated just like ‘Ayn Al-Tal.

 

Map credited to @A7_Mirza

Underreported by most media outlets is the new SAA advance on the recently started eastern axis. So far most of the areas east/northeast of `Ard Al-Hamraa are liberated, including part of the housing complex south of Jabal Badru. The situation will become critical to the terrorists since 3 axes are moving toward convergence: the central axis on Sulaymaan Al-Halabi/Saakhoor Districts;  the northeastern axis now approaching Hanaanu and Haydariyya Districts with, finally, the eastern axis recently storming Jabal Badru.  It’s a triple pincer maneuver in the making.

  

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i have never seen a more populated country than syria. city after city, town after town, village after village. it is unbelievable. any enforced no fly zone by america will kill hundreds of thousands

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The Americans are rattled! Roll on SAA!

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Thanks Canthama,
It is a pity that the SAA and allies have had to purge the country of rat block by block! As the jew led USSA and NATO cannot fight in the open, they need civilians as cover for their dastardly deeds.
Syrians seem a strong people, and they will break the back of this Western Axis of Evil. They are doing humanity a great deed, they do not receive enough credit for their bravery.

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I noticed it.

Michael Z Arch Angel
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The One True God will Bless His people with Peace.

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The other day on the British media we read how the out of tune singer called Lilley Allen broke down in tears over the plight of a 12 year old boy. the boy is living at the Calais jungle camp and she begged him to forgive her for being nasty to the immigrants there. This Jew woman has now said her 2 million home is free for this boy to live in.

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So if 2000 rebels leave Aleppo then only like 500 al queda would be left.

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Aleppo: Intense fighting at Karam al Tarrab inside al Myassar Jazmati district, northwest of Nayrab airport. The eastern axis is in full motion now, the SAA is advancing at the moment.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=36.193343&lon=37.208204&z=15&m=b

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IGOR -i do not think ANYONE knows the true total of the rebels in Aleppo.The shave kit thing is -i believe a message-that if they look clean cut and join in with the others coming out they will have an easier time.

BELOW IS A 30 SECOND VID OF A CHECKPOINT IN ALEPPO–MUST WATCH–Militants block humanitarian corridors in East Aleppo

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This is a very good map from Peto Lucem on the situation of western Ghouta. I completes well the article above showing the importance of the current offensive against the Khan ash Shih pocket, with that pocket broken down into smaller ones and dealt with, the vast majority of west Ghouta will be terrorist free except by the remaining ISIS at Yarmouk camp, which somehow it is being dealt with lately. The implications of a victory in Khan ash Shih pocket will affect directly the rat breeder cities on Mount Hermon lead by Beit Jin, no surprise to see Israhelli… Read more »

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Strong bombing and indications of ground assault in north Hama at this very moment. Operation to liberate the remaining cities are in progress right now.

https://twitter.com/Syria_Hezb_Iran/status/787374770971082752

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The battle to take Tell Kurdi in East Ghouta is under way, shelling and air attacks at the moment, the last few hundreds meters to close the gap in al Reyhan village will be important to cut off the terrorists inside Tell Kurdi.

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/787329599822790657

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The battle for Mosul has officially kicked off. Air attacks, shelling and ground assault around it are happening in multiple locations.

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Was wondering when SAA wil attack west from the airport zone.
Will Aleppo East split in 2 pocket ?
Will SAA try to go as far as to join the citadelle?
Stay tuned !
A great syrian victory is on his way.
( and thanks Canthama, I will be pleased to have you as operation officer in my staff ! 🙂 )

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Good news from Der ez Zor. In a swift operation the 104th, 137th and local tribes have taken control back of the 137th artillery base and missile battalion and down to al Mari’yah farms, that protected the SE flank of the airbase. Fight is on going at point 2 in the vital Thurdah hill, the later, the point 3 and Tell Kroum are the only placed lost to ISIS after the USAF CAS support few weeks ago, that remains to be re liberated. With those site under control, the safety of Der ez Zor will get back to an adequate… Read more »