Friday 22 February 2019 | 12:22 AM Damascus Local Time
  • Syrian Regime Provokes Syrian Opposition Northern Aleppo, What Is The Reason?

    Contributed By: Talal Kharrat - Edited By : Talal Kharrat

    Damages caused due to shelling on Abu Bakr Al-Sadiq mosque in the middle of Huraitan city northern Aleppo


    (Qasioun) – Syrian regime continue provoking the Syrian opposition forces which is located around Aleppo from the northern side, where it bombarded Huraitan, Anadan, Hayan and Bayanon intensively on Thursday.


    Activists observed that more than 50 missiles hit these towns, also Hayan and Bayanon cities witnessed shelling with FIL (Elephant rockets) from the Syrian regime positions in Handarat and Al-Zahraa charity areas.


    The shelling reached Abu Bakr Al-Sadiq mosque in the middle of Huraitan city while worshipers were leaving the mosque at the end of the prayer, which led to injure one civilian and damages in properties.


    Syrian opposition responded by targeting the Syrian regime positions inside Bashkoy village and Al-Malah farms around Huraitan city, in addition to targeting Nobol and Zahraa towns.


    Noteworthy that Syrian regime aims to secure Aleppo’s outskirts from the northern side via military campaigns, but the Syrian opposition forces could foil all the attempts and secured its positions around Aleppo city.


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