mercoledì 7 settembre 2016

Mappa della battaglia di Aleppo nella guerra civile siriana

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Map of Northern Syria during the offensive, with the area shown within the Aleppo City map marked by the box.
Date25 June 2016[16] – present
(2 months, 1 week and 5 days)
  • Army captures Castello road, besieging rebel-held areas of Aleppo[17][18][19]
  • Army captures the al-Layramoun,[20] Bani Zeid[21] and Ashrafiyah districts,[22] and advances in the al-Khalidiyah district
  • Rebels capture the Artillery Academy and Ramouseh district, cutting the government's main supply line[23]
  • Rebel counter-offensive opens a new unsecured corridor via the Ramouseh district,[24][25][26] which eventually comes under Army fire-control[27]
  • Army uses an alternative supply route via the Castello Road[28]
  • Army recaptures the Artillery Academy, again besieging rebel-held areas of Aleppo[29]

 Syrian Democratic Forces(27–30 July;[9] 12 August–present[10])
Supported by:
Turkey Turkey[15]
Commanders and leaders
 Fahd Jassem al-Freij[30]
(Minister of Defense)
 Maj. Gen. Suheil Al Hassan[31]
(Tiger Forces chief commander)
 Maj. Gen. Adib Mohammed[32]
(Head of Aleppo security committee, replaced)
 Maj. Gen. Zaid Saleh[32]
(Replacement head of Aleppo security committee)
 Brig. Gen. Deeb Bazi [33][34]
(Airforce Technical Base commander)
 Brig. Gen. Asif Kheir Bek (DOW)[35]
(Artillery School commander)
 Gen. Yasir Muhsin Miya [36]
(Syrian Army commander)
 Gen. Muhammad Ali Sharbo [36]
(Syrian Army commander)
 Suleiman al-Shwakh[37]
(Desert Commandos commander)
 Mudar Makhlouf[7]
(Military Security Shield Forces commander)
 Maj. Abolghassem Zahiri (WIA)[1]
(102nd Imam Hossein Battalion commander)
 Ahmad Gholami [3]
(Iranian paramilitary commander)
 Haj Sameer Ali Awada [38]
(Hezbollah top commander, alleged)
 Ali Muhammad Mustafa Khalil [39]
(Imam Hujja Regiment commander)
Unknown Liwa Fatemiyoun commander [1]

 Zoran Birhat[40]
(YPJ senior commander)
 Sharvan Efrin[40]
(YPG commander)
 Unknown YPG commander [41]
 Maj. Yasser Abd al-Rahim[42]
(official leader of Fatah Halab)
 Ammar Shaaban [43]
(Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki top commander)
 Abu ‘Abdo Saroukh [44]
(Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki commander)
 Col. Mohammad Bakkar [45]
(Sham Legion top commander)
 Zuheir Harba [46]
(Sham Legion field commander)
 Feisal Balkash [47]
(Sham Legion commander)
 Ahmad Al-Hayek [48]
(Jaysh al-Islam commander)
 Kamal Ahmad [48]
(8th Brigade commander)
Abdel-Rahman Mansour [46]
(Islamic Safwah Movement commander)
 Yusuf Zo'ah  [49]
(Army of Mujahideen general commander)
 Hammoud Al-Barm [50]
(Army of Mujahideen commander)
 Abdullah al-Muhaysini[51]
(Jabhat Fateh cleric and leader)
 Abu Al-Muthanna  [48]
("Inghimassiyeen" commander)
 Abu Faysal Al-Halabi [52]
(Jabhat Fateh top commander)
 Abu Madeen Al-Askri [53]
(Jabhat Fateh top commander)
 Abu Khaled Al-Libi [53]
(Jabhat Fateh top commander)
 Abu Hurirah Mutana’a [53]
(Jabhat Fateh top commander)
 Abu Muhammad Al-Turkestani [54]
(Jabhat Fateh top commander)
 Mohammad Al-Haj Abboud [48]
(Jabhat Fateh field commander)
 Abdel Qader Na’asani  [48]
(Jabhat Fateh commander)
 Mohammad Hassan Al-Khatib [55]
(Jabhat Fateh commander)
 Haytham Al-Darwish [55]
(Jabhat Fateh commander)
 Abu Mohammad Al-Nashimi [56]
(Jabhat Fateh commander)
 Abu Ahmad Al-Souri [56]
(Jabhat Fateh commander)
 Abu Al-Bara’a Al-Hamwi [56]
(Jabhat Fateh commander)
 Abu Mohammad Al-Sari [57]
(Ahrar al-Sham top commander)
 Abu Saleh (WIA)[54]
(Ahrar al-Sham top commander)
 Mustafa Al-Bayyour [58]
(Ahrar al-Sham top commander)
 Hossam Abu Bakr[59]
(Ahrar al-Sham commander)
 Abu Al-Leith [60]
(Ahrar al-Sham commander)
 Khattab Abou Ahmad [61]
(Abu Amara Brigades chief commander)
 Yassin Najjar [62]
(Abu Amara Brigades commander)
 Abu Hamza Al-Shami [48][55]
(5th Brigade commander)
 Saif Allah [63]
(Ahrar al-Sham tank commander)
 Ali Hamam [14]
(Ajnad al-Sham top commander)
 Wa’el Diyab (WIA)[14]
(Ajnad al-Sham commander)
 Abu Leith al-Tunisi [64]
(Ansar al-Islam commander)
Units involved
IRGC-Seal.svg IRGC
  • Isfahan division
    • 102nd Imam Hossein Battalion[1]
  • Alborz division[1]
 Hezbollah units
  • Radwan Forces[68]
  • Syrian Hezbollah groups
    • Imam Mahdi Brigade[69]
    • National Ideological Resistance[39]
    • Imam Hujja Regiment[39]
 Unknown number of soldiers, 100+ tanks, 400+ BMPs[32]
  • 400 Military Security Shield Forces fighters[7]
 c. 2,000 al-Nujaba fighters[6]
Russia 120+ Naval Infantry advisors, several BMPs[8][74]
8,000–10,000+ fighters[32][75]
  •  2,500+ Jabhat Fateh fighters[32]
Casualties and losses
548 killed, 800+ wounded (31 July–15 August)[76]
140+ killed (31 August–4 September)[77]
898 killed, 1,500+ wounded (31 July–15 August)[76]
114 killed (31 August–4 September)[77]