World Bulletin / News Desk
Syrian opposition forces on Thursday began an attack to seize control of Aleppo.
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), one of the leaders of the Tawhid Brigades, Abu Furat said that they began an attack on Aleppo to seize control of the city on Thursday.
"Tonight, Aleppo will be ours or we will experience defeat," Furat stressed.
Opposition forces in Aleppo began attacking Assad's troops in Aleppo with mortars on Thursday.
One of the local activists, Munir Abdunnur said that the Syrian troops attacked heavily in Aleppo and many individuals were wounded when a Palestinian refugee camp was attacked on Thursday.
On the other hand, sources argued that the Syrian troops sent short messages to mobile phones saying that those not giving up arms to the state would be considered traitors and terrorists.
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