Jeser al-Shughour operation may be repeated in Aleppo

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12 Septemper ,2012  19:20 PM

Section : Politics - Syria

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In the third part of the meetings that Breaking News network has made with the Syrian military expert, he confirmed that pointing a period to end all terrorist operations in Syria is up to Syrian Army’s hand.

He pointed that the previous talk is not “analyzing” but it depends on the information and the battles inside.

The expert said that the settlement in any area and under any circumstances takes more than a week for the Syrian Army to make.

He noted that the operation in Jeser al-Shughour was the hardest of all due to the nearness of the area to Turkey, but in the end, the Army was able to eliminate the terrorists in less than 72 hours.

The expert said to Breaking News that Syria  Army forces can repeat the operation of Jeser al-Shughour in time and in any area they want.

He asserted that the gangs are using a back-stab strategy, what lets them use neighborhoods and houses for their terrorist process and what prevents Syrian Army to advance in some neighborhoods.

The Syrian expert mentioned that new plans have been set by Syrian Army that let them move forward in between these neighborhood without resulting casualties.

He said that these plans contain studying the surrounding neighborhoods of the battle area, make sure for the residents to leave the spots and at last deluding the armed gangs that the army has lost control before it steps in and crushes the terrorists.  

The expert ended by saying, “any battle between Syrian Army and the terrorists can be settled in an area, free of civilians, in less than 72 hours, despite all the conditions.”

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