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Syria: The Liberation of Aleppo and the Turkish Invasion

 


 

 

Syria: The Liberation of Aleppo and the Turkish Invasion
By Global Research News
Global Research, November 30, 2016
Url of this article:
http://www.globalresearch.ca/selected-articles-syria-the-liberation-of-aleppo-and-the-turkish-invasion/5559732
Selected Articles:Aleppo-escapeThe Liberation of Aleppo: Tears, Hugs and Smiles, the Relief of Escaping Imprisonment in East AleppoBy Vanessa Beeley, November 30 2016

These images and videos will never see the light of day in the corporate media editing rooms because they expose their almost six year narrative on Syria as one of the most criminal propaganda projects ever deployed against a sovereign nation, its people, its state and its national army.

Screen Shot 2016-11-30 at 11.16.17 AMSyrian Government Forces Are Close to Full Liberation of Aleppo City

By South Front, November 30 2016

A large buildup of pro-government forces took place in southern Aleppo. Hezbollah and Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba deployed a significant number of manpower to the area. This move has once against fueled massive speculations in pro-government media outlets that the Syrian army and its allies are going to advance in the direction of Khan Tuman. However, this move can be hardly expected in the near future.

usa-syria-flagsUS-backed “Rebels” Face Defeat in Aleppo

By Bill Van Auken, November 29 2016

In what is being described as the worst defeat for US-backed forces since the outset of the war for regime-change in Syria nearly six years ago, government troops, backed by forces from the Lebanese Hezbollah movement and Iraqi Shia militias, have retaken over 40 percent of eastern Aleppo, the last urban stronghold of the so-called “rebels.”

Bustan-al-Qasr-district-of-eastern-AleppoAleppo: How US-Saudi Backed “Rebels” Target “Every Syrian”

By Eva Bartlett, November 30 2016

In early November, Fares Shehabi, a member of the Syrian parliament from Aleppo, organized a trip to Aleppo for 13 Western journalists, including myself, with security provided by forces in the Syrian Arab Army. While I had traveled to Aleppo independently as recently as July and August, for many others in the delegation, it was their first visit to the city or their first visit since the war on Syria began in 2011.

erdogan_assadTurkey Invades Syria to “Remove Bashar al-Assad”

By Adam Garrie, November 30 2016

President Erdogan of Turkey has issued a statement saying his troops have entered Syria with the intention of ousting President Assad. Turkey has been illegally running soldiers, artillery and infantry in and out of Syria for much of the duration of the present conflict. Now, however, the proxy and shadow war, which Turkey has been waging against the Syrian Arab Republic, has just become official.

Turkey-SyriaVideo: Syrian Army and Kurdish YPG Attack Turkey-led Forces East of Aleppo

By South Front, November 30 2016

On November 29, the advance of Syrian government forces continued in eastern Aleppo. Following the previous gains, the Syrian army, Liwa al-Quds and other pro-government groups have further pushed to the militant held area and liberated Talat al Barakat and the Scientific Research housing area south of Jabal Badro and launched fresh operations at Tareeq al-Bab and at the Ma’saraniyah Youth Housing.

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