Clashes against “They Have Been Wronged” factions kill loyalist fighters in Eastern Damascus

تحرير محمد الحاج | ترجمة سمارة بلبول | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 16 يناير، 2018 12:29:43 ص خبر عسكري قوات النظام السوري

Rif Dimashq - SMART
On Monday, clashes between the “They Have Been Wronged” factions and loyalist forces kill loyalists in Harasta, Eastern Damascus.
The “They Have Been Wronged” factions said on their official Telegram account that dozens of loyalist fighters were killed during a failed attempt to advance, near the hospitals and Rif Dimashq Governorate building in Harasta. 
They added that resisting the attempts by the factions destroyed three tanks of the loyalist forces, and fighters kept their bases in the area. 
Screams for help from loyalist fighters who were located in the security and order maintenance battalion near Harasta were heard after nearby loyalist forces mistakenly shelled an elephant missile. 
Munzer Fares, the spokesman of the Ahrar Al-Sham Islamic Movement, which is one of the leading components of the battle, refused to give any statement about the struggle and denied the news about the negotiation with the regime under Russian mediation. 
The battle factions, including Ahrar Al-Sham and Failaq Al Rahman, documented in a statement the death of 231 loyalist fighters, including 107 officers at various levels. Pointing out that the toll reached 500 since the beginning of the battle, but they only documented 231. 
The “They Have Been Wronged Battle” was launched 60 days ago in Harasta. The battle started as a response to the constant loyalist violations in Eastern Ghouta. The battle caused the loyalist forces enormous losses, and the factions advanced and besieged the loyalists in the Vehicle Management building. 

 

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تحرير محمد الحاج | ترجمة سمارة بلبول | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 16 يناير، 2018 12:29:43 ص خبر عسكري قوات النظام السوري
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