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Mujahideen of Islamic Front and Jabhat Al-Nusrah capture major enemy stronghold, killing over 80 Assad's soldiers in Aleppo (video)

Publication time: 22 December 2013, 12:26
Mujahideen have been exploiting success in the Aleppo province (see map). After many days of siege, the fighters of united Islamic coalition were able to take control of an Assadite hospital, Kindi, which is located in the northern part of the provincial capital and turned into a military base of the Asasdites(see map), writes UmmaNews .
 
Four of most powerful groups took part in the capture of Kindi, they are: the Islamic Front (it includes Ahrar al-Sham), Jabhat Al-Nusrah (Al-Qaeda in Syria), Al-Fajr al-Islam and Sham al-Islam.
 
Sources reported that Al-Nusrah played the major role in the capture of the strategic facility.
 
The siege of Kindi began more than 10 days earlier. After a few days, according to radio intercepts, it became clear that the Assadites, surrounded by the Mujahideen in Kindi, had only onions for food.
 
It is reported that the decisive blow at Alawites and Shias inside the enemy base was a martyrdom operation, conducted by two Kurdish fighters - Abu Wada al-Kurdistani and Abu Turab Al-Kurdistani. One of them was from Iraqi Kurdistan, and the other - from the Iranian Kurdistan.

Other sources say that the name of one of the Mujahideen was Abu Marwan.

 

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According to preliminary data, more than 80 Alawite soldiers of Assad and Shiite militants from Hezbollah had been killed. 17 officers were taken prisoner during the storm and capture of Kindi. After the capture of Kindi, Mujahideen completely surrounded a prison of Aleppo.
 
Sources report that the Assad's offensive in Aleppo was halted with the capture of the strategically important enemy base.

 



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Department of Monitoring 

Kavkaz Center

 



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