Syrian War Report: Fierce Clashes between Rebels and Government Forces

In-depth Report:

July 21, 2016 in the Syrian Conflict kicked off with fierce clashes between Jaish al-Islam and Pro-Government forces along the Hawsh Farah-Midaa front in eastern Ghouta. A single T-72 tank was reported destroyed by the criminal faction.

In Manbij, northeast of Aleppo, battles between rebels and ISIS militants raged. The Islamic State terrorists constructed a booby-trapped vehicle which mimicked a technical armed with a 12.7mm machine gun . The ruse did not fool the rebels, who documented the defused trap.

In al-Mallah, Syrian rebels destroyed a government bulldozer and tank . The rebels reportedly lost a BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle and T-72AV tank.

In Aleppo, rebel shelling struck government supply lines near Ramoussah . The rebels recorded direct hits and destroyed vehicles in their uploaded footage.

In northern Aleppo, near Khalidiyah, Turkmen soldiers operating under the banner of ‘Sultan Murad ,’ shelled government positions with improvised ‘Hamim’ missiles—meanwhile, Jaish al-Mujahideen terrorists assaulted government troops stationed in Khalidiyah with 73 mm recoilless gun fire.

In the skies over Syria, Russian Tu-22M3’s dropped heavy ordinance on rebel-held positions in Palmyra, Arak, As Sukhnah and At Tawbah.

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