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قوات الاسد تسيطر على حلب القديمه بعد انهيارات في صفوف فصائل معارضة

رئيس التحرير
2018.07.17 21:13

انهيارات في صفوف فصائل معارضة شرق حلب وسط خلافات بينها والمدينة القديمة بالكامل تحت سيطرة الجيش السوري.. الفصائل تركت العتاد والسلاح وانسحبت بشكل عشوائي إلى الأحياء الجنوبية وباشرت الاتصال لابرام تسوية وخروج مئات المدنيين

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بعد سيطرة الجيش السوري خلال الساعات الماضية على حي الشعار الاكثر كثافة سكانية وحيي المرجة والشيخ لطفي وتلة الشرطة شرق حلب، أنهار قبل منتصف ليل الأربعاء بشكل مفاجيء جبهات المدينة القديمة، وترك المسلحون قلب المدينة تاركين وراءهم السلاح والعتاد فيما سلم عدد من المسلحين أنفسهم للجيش، وتقدم الجيش بعد هذا التطور دون قتال الى محيط قلعة حلب الشمالي والغربي ودخل حي الفرافرة وكرم الجيل وباب الحديد وأغيور في المدينة القديمة وهذا ما جنب المدينة الأثرية المعارك والدمار.

ويكون الجيش السوري قد سيطر على أكثر من ثمانين بالمئة من الأحياء الشرقية لحلب.

وبات الجزء الشمالي الشرقي لمدينة حلب تحت سيطرة الجيش السوري، فيما انسحب المسلحين إلى الأحياء الجنوبية.

وعلمت “راي اليوم” من مصادر عسكرية في حلب أن المجموعات ساد بينها خلافات كبيرة، وأضافت انهم تحصنوا  في الاحياء الجنوبية وتحديدا حي الفردوس وحي الشيخ سعيد الملاصق لمدينة حلب وحي بستان القصر وبإشروا اتصالات عبر وسطاء لابرام تسوية تضمن خروجهم خلال الساعات المقبلة.

وقالت المصادر إن الجيش السوري وجه قوته النارية إلى حي الشيخ سعيد لأن دخول هذه المنطقة يعني نهاية معركة مدينة حلب.

وأضافت المصادر أن هذا التطور سوف يسمح للجيش السوري إعادة تأهيل مطار حلب الدولي حيث بات المطار مؤمنا بشكل كامل.

وخرج ليلا مئات المدنيين من الأحياء القديمة بعد انسحاب المسلحين منه

المرصد السوري: ثمانون ألف شخص فروا من حلب الشرقية منذ منتصف نوفمبر بعد ان كان عدد قاطنيها قبل الهجوم مقدرا بأكثر من 250 الفا

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بيروت- أ ف ب- تجاوز عدد الاشخاص الذين نزحوا من احياء حلب الشرقية منذ بدء هجوم قوات النظام السوري عليها في منتصف تشرين الثاني/ نوفمبر الثمانين الفا، بحسب المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان.

وبين هؤلاء من نزحوا إلى الاحياء الغربية الواقعة تحت سيطرة القوات الحكومية والى المنطقة التي سيطر عليها الاكراد، من دون اولئك الذين نزحوا داخل المنطقة التي يسيطر عليها مقاتلو المعارضة.

وكان عدد قاطني الاحياء الشرقية قبل الهجوم مقدرا بأكثر من 250 الفا

Syrian rebels crushed as Assads troops take control of Aleppos Old City, forcing 80,000 people to flee their homes and civil war heads towards an apocalyptic finale

  • Regime troops have captured three-quarters of rebel territory in the Syrian city
  • The blistering assault has prompted a mass exodus of east Aleppo residents
  • Rebel factions proposed a five-day ceasefire for medical and civilian evacuation 
 

Syrian rebels have suffered a crushing defeat after government troops took control of Aleppos Old City forcing 80,000 people to flee their homes.

President Bashar al-Assads troops have captured three-quarters of opposition territory in the city as the civil war heads towards an apocalyptic finale.

The blistering assault has prompted a mass exodus of east Aleppo residents as regime forces won their most important victory yet in the bloody conflict that began in 2011.

This morning, rebel factions proposed a five-day ceasefire for medical and civilian evacuation.

After three weeks of fighting, Assads troops appeared closer than ever to retaking all of Aleppo - a victory that could signal an end to the war. 

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Syrian rebels have suffered a crushing defeat after government troops took control of Aleppos Old City forcing 80,000 people to flee their homes

Syrian rebels have suffered a crushing defeat after government troops took control of Aleppos Old City forcing 80,000 people to flee their homes

President Bashar al-Assads troops have captured three-quarters of opposition territory in the city as the civil war heads towards an apocalyptic finale

President Bashar al-Assads troops have captured three-quarters of opposition territory in the city as the civil war heads towards an apocalyptic finale


 
 
 

At least 80,000 people have fled their homes in eastern neighbourhoods since forces loyal to Assad began their assault on the one-time rebel stronghold, a monitor said. 

Diplomatic efforts to end the fighting have stalled despite widespread international concern, with Moscow and Washington trading accusations of blame

 

he winding streets of Aleppos Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famed for its medieval buildings and souk, had been divided between regime and rebel control since 2012.

But rebels retreated overnight from the last parts of the Old City they held, after the army seized the neighbouring districts of Bab al-Hadid and Aqyul, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

Rebels were forced to withdraw from the Old City neighbourhoods of Aleppo for fear of being besieged, the Britain-based monitoring group said.

The blistering assault has prompted a mass exodus of east Aleppo residents as regime forces won their most important victory yet in the bloody conflict that began in 2011

The blistering assault has prompted a mass exodus of east Aleppo residents as regime forces won their most important victory yet in the bloody conflict that began in 2011

 
 
 

After seizing areas east of the Old City on Monday - including the large and strategic Shaar neighbourhood - the army and allied forces were in control of 75 percent of the territory previously held by rebels in east Aleppo, the Observatory said. 

The offensive showed no signs of slowing and overnight the army carried out heavy shelling of the Al-Zabdiya neighbourhood and other territory still under rebel control in the southeast of the city, the monitor said.

The assault has prompted a mass exodus of east Aleppo residents and the Observatory said Wednesday that at least 80,000 had now fled their homes.

It said the figure included residents who had sought refuge in the government-held west of the city and a Kurdish-controlled enclave, but not those who fled to remaining rebel territory.

President Bashar al-Assads government has been urging civilians to leave east Aleppo for months and accused rebels of holding residents hostage for use as human shields.

As they moved into new areas, Syrian soldiers were helping residents to evacuate.

This morning, rebel factions proposed a five-day ceasefire for medical and civilian evacuation

This morning, rebel factions proposed a five-day ceasefire for medical and civilian evacuation

Inside one bus, evacuees could be seen huddling together, a baby wrapped in heavy blankets fast asleep at his mothers feet as she sat waiting for the vehicle to leave.

The situation was very difficult, said Um Abdu, 30, as she left the Bab al-Hadid neighbourhood with her husband, five children, mother and siblings.

We lived on edge for the last four days, she told AFP. The gunmen were using us to protect themselves... but then the army came and we were able to leave.

World powers have struggled to find a way to halt the fighting.

US Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday he would work for peace talks to restart.

We have been trying to find a way to get to the negotiating table... but Assad has never shown any willingness, Kerry said at a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels.

Russia says Assad is ready to come to the table... and I am in favour of putting that to the test, he said. 

After three weeks of fighting, Assads troops appeared closer than ever to retaking all of Aleppo - a victory that could signal an end to the war

After three weeks of fighting, Assads troops appeared closer than ever to retaking all of Aleppo - a victory that could signal an end to the war

 
 
 

Kerry, who has had repeated meetings on Syria with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov, said they would meet again on Wednesday or Thursday in Hamburg, Germany.

Moscow is a key Assad ally and launched an air war in support of his forces last year, while Washington has supported rebel forces battling the regime.

Russia had announced talks with the United States in Geneva this week on organising a rebel withdrawal from Aleppo ahead of a ceasefire, but then Lavrov accused Washington of backtracking.

Kerry denied any change of plans and Washington itself accused Moscow of stalling after Russia and China blocked a UN Security Council resolution on Monday calling for a seven-day ceasefire.

Syrias government has said it will not agree to any ceasefire without a guarantee of a full rebel withdrawal from Aleppo, while key opposition factions have rejected any talk of leaving the city.

The offensive has killed at least 369 people in east Aleppo, including 45 children, the Observatory says.

Rebel fire into the government-held west of the city has killed at least 92 people, including 34 children, in the same period, it says.

Russia said Wednesday that an army colonel working as a military adviser in Syria had died several days after being wounded by rebel shelling in Aleppo.

Ruslan Galitsky passed away in hospital as a result of his serious injuries. Russian army medics fought for several days to save his life, the defence ministry said in a statement carried by Russian news agencies. 

 

 

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