The (IRGC) Black Week and Shiite Militias of Aleppo

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 9 May, 2016

ElDorar AlShamia:
The al-Assad militias, and the militias who are fighting beside it represented by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), (Fatmoun) brigade " Afghan and Lebanese Hezbollah lived a Black week in Aleppo province, suffered through dozens of victims, and lost the strategic areas they control them in the south of the province.
al-Quds Brigade of the militias acknowledged that al-Assad regime killed at least 46 elements during the last attack of the rebels on the surrounding of the branch of Air Force Intelligence and military points in (Jamyat al-Zahraa) neighborhood west of Aleppo, where “Fajer al-Khylafa” Brigades opened the battle at dawn to destroy a tunnel under the building where holed elements of al-Quds Brigade, which led to the killing of dozens, including a brigadier, to recognize the brigade recently number on the official page, while the bodies were still under the rubble in an area that is encircled by the rebels.
Conquest army launched just two days after a violent attack on the Iranian and Iraqi and Lebanese militia positions in the southern countryside of Aleppo, and was able to control the strategic town of Khan Tuman, after the families of the killed and wounded dozens, in addition to the destruction of several mechanisms.
Iranian media acknowledged the murder of 30 elements of the (IRGC), including 12 officers, and military sources tallied deaths of 20 of the Afghan brigade (Fatmoun), 8 of the Lebanese Hezbollah, 12 elements of popular Iraqi Shiite crowd.
al-Assad's forces lost nearly 20 members during two attempts to recover the town, and the number of tanks destroyed –about- 4 ones plus two machine guns caliber 23 m, 3 cars recruited and ammunition carriers.
It is worth mentioning that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)  , the popular crowd and the Iraqi militias, the Lebanese Hezbollah almost daily suffering bleeding in the forces which are trying to progress and tighten the siege on Aleppo over a year ago.