Combat footage released by pro-government media on Monday showed units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), alongside the Desert Hawks Brigade, fighting against Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham jihadists at the Miniyan District of western Aleppo.

According to a military source, the SAA is working hard on fully restoring Miniyan, which was attacked by multiple jihadist VBIED’s this past weekend and is an ongoing target of Jaish al-Fateh infiltration units.

Video footage of these combat operations can be seen below:

Hezbollah’s official media wing on Sunday also released footage of their military operations in the 1070 project.

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hestroy
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hestroy
2016-10-31 17:14

Not very real… Probably only for PR purposes only.

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hestroy
2016-10-31 19:01
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For those who downvoted me: If I see one man shooting first from RCLR and then the same man shooting long round from MG, well, it’s very real combat… Very real…

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux
2016-10-31 20:11
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Or simply the group commander who wants to look bad-a*s for his dear ones or for the colonel/general… Now you may have surprises : I remember a sniper from our “Alpine hunters” (an elite troop). The guy was about 1m70 for probably 60-65g… He used to carry both a PGM Hécate II .50BMG heavy sniper rifle AND a FN MiniMi light MG… Well, not so light as he used to find that the FAMAS AR lacked fire-power… His gear weighted as much as him and he daily climbed mountains with it… Well, the Hecate II being heavier than a Javelin… Read more »

Igor Dano
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Igor Dano
2016-10-31 19:21

video is a bad joke. Does it come from Rita Katz?

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kit
2016-10-31 17:53

You said yesterday that they already took the district back!

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Chad Davis
2016-10-31 20:12
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Indeed, And also three days ago you said that the rebels took the district but SAA recaptured it!
In the footage it seems like the soldiers are in a shooting range, definitely not a real battle.
This site is a complete joke, how can we believe such lies?