ISIS occuped new territories in northern Syria
Return of the Devil? Hundreds of ISIS fighters managed to take control of 13 villages in Aleppo district in northern Syria
According to Lebanese sources, armed isis men who operate in Hama district suddenly invaded Aleppo district and conquered 13 villages while forcing forces from a jihadist organization, “Tahrir al-Sham” (Formerly Jabbat al-Nusra, The Al-Qaeda organization) to flee out of the area.
The attack took place on the night between Monday and Tuesday. This is the first time in four years that ISIS forces in Syria have managed to hold onto the territory in Aleppo district.
Meanwhile, the Syrian army announced that its forces also managed to occupy areas from the “Ahrar al-Sham” organization (considered ally with the “Tahrir al-Sham” organization) in Aleppo district, which includes several villages and a strategic point to secure the highway from the city khanasir to the center of Aleppo district.
Watch a propaganda video of “Tahrir A-Shem” in a better time: