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Syria's Assad chases rebels out of Aleppo and trashes hideout

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Self-proclaimed Free Syrian Army in the outskirts of the city - Photo courtesy: Press TV


by Joseph Earnest  August 23, 2012                   


Newscast Media TEHRAN, Iran—Just when the Free Syrian Army thought the battle between them and Assad's soldiers would subside due to the past Ramadan celebrations, the unrelenting Syrian government made an aggressive push to mop Aleppo up, and chased the Free Syrian Army into the wilderness in the outskirts of the city.  Press TV with reporters on the ground, reported that Assad's soldiers trashed the rebels' command center in Aleppo's Sayyed Ali district on Wednesday.


"The command center in Aleppo's Sayyed Ali district was destroyed. Security forces killed a large number of insurgents in Aleppo neighborhood of Seif al-Dawla. Government forces also fought with insurgents in the capital Damascus, Idlib, and Hama, inflicting heavy losses on them," Press TV reported.

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Iran's foot soldiers alone number by the millions and have carried out numerous war games

to prepare themeselves for any possible attack. Photo courtesy: Press TV


Meanwhile, Tehran has said in spite of different viewpoints within, in case of a foreign attack, the entire Iranian nation will be united against it. Iran's Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi dismissed Israeli officials' threat of war as "worthless," saying Tehran is capable of giving a crushing response to any aggression. The Islamic Republic is warning that in case Israel makes the mistake of launching such an attack, it will spell the end of the Israeli regime. Add Comments

Source: Press TV









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