ISIL Terrorist Groups’ Skillful Operator of Anti-Tank TOW Missiles Killed in Aleppo
Terrorists have acknowledged in their websites on Monday that one of the most experienced experts of anti-tank TOW missiles and the commander of Jeish al-Mujahedeen has been killed in clashes with the Syrian Army in Western Aleppo.
"Battalion Commander of Jeish al-Mujahedeen Ahmad al-Saeed also known as Abu al-Bara'a was killed in clashes with army soldiers in Western Aleppo," the websites confirmed.
"Abu al-Bara'a was one of the most skillful operators of TOW missiles and had participated in too many clashes with the army," the website added; FNA reported.
"In the meantime, Commander of Maqawi al-Jabal Brigade of Faylaq al-Sham Mohammad Sobhi Qeidouh aka Abu Sobhi was also killed by the army West of Aleppo.
A field source said earlier today that terrorist groups used bomb-laden vehicles and suicide attackers in the first and second phases of Great Epic Operation to prevail over the government forces' positions in Western and Southwestern Aleppo, but the Syrian army troops fended off their attacks, destroying most of vehicles and killing tens of attackers.
"The terrorists used hundreds of suicide attackers in the Western battlefields of Aleppo city to break through the army defense lines, but units of the pro-government forces equipped with strong missiles managed to overcome the militants' main tactic," the source said.
"The terrorists, in the first stage of their attacks on the districts of Jam'iyat al-Zahar, Zahiyeh al-Assad and Assad Academy, made use of the tactic of suicide vehicles and attackers, but were defeated badly," the sources said, adding, "After failure in the first stage of their attacks, the terrorists decreased their assaults to have enough time to regroup after the arrival of fresh forces."
"The terrorists used bomb-laden vehicles and suicide attackers as well as poisonous-gas shelling in the second stage of their attacks on the district of New Aleppo, but the army prevented them from reaching its positions by the help of its anti-armor missiles," he went on to say.
"Syrian Army troops are getting ready to carry out an imminent large-scale operation in Aleppo, while based on reports, gaps are widening between Abdullah Muhammad al-Muhaysini, a senior al Qaeda-linked cleric and the religious leader of Jeish al-Fatah terrorist group, and the Takfiri terrorists," the source added.
Sources close to the terrorist groups admitted on Wednesday that between 2,200 up to 2,500 militants have been killed or wounded in their large-scale offensive on government forces' positions in the Western and Southwestern parts of Aleppo city in the last few days.
The Arabic service of RT quoted the sources as saying that the terrorist groups suffered between 2, 200 up to 2,500 casualties, including a large number of non-Syrian militants, in their Great Epic Operation on Army positions in Western and Southwestern Aleppo.
Terrorist groups-affiliated media acknowledged on Saturday that hundreds of militants were killed or wounded in failed attacks on the positions of the government troops in the second wave of the Great Epic Operation in Western and Southwestern Aleppo.
Source: Al Alam