Fierce fighting has resumed between Mujahideen and Assad's gangs after Mujahidden attacked Alawite troops stationed around an airbase in north-western Syria.
In Wednesday's clashes between Mujahideen fighters and Assad's forces at airbase in Idlib province, a large number of Alawite thugs were killed. Four Mujahideen martyred.
Syrian Mujahideen fired machine guns and mortars at helicopters grounded at the Afis military airport near the main Aleppo-Damascus highway on Wednesday.
The Mujahideen assault came after Assadites announced the temporary closure of the international airport in Aleppo province on Tuesday, after days of attacks there by the Mujahideen who hold vast swathes of territory in northern Syria.
The tyrant's army was carrying out air raids around the Taftanaz base in an attempt to repel the multi-pronged attack.
Fighting also broke out around the crucial Wadi Deif base, one of the last Assad's regime bastions in north-western Syria, in a fresh bid to wrest control of the strategic post
Mujahideen liberated the nearby town of Maaret al-Numan, located on the important Damascus-Aleppo highway, in October.
Russian-made war planes also bombed the town of Moadamiyet al-Sham, southwest of the capital, killing at least 12 members of the same family, most of them children.
Russian war planes also attacked the towns of Shebaa to the south-east and Deir Assafir south of Damascus, where 11 Muslim children were murdered by Assad in November when Russian cluster bombs were dropped on a playground.
The deadly strikes came as gangs loyal to Assad battled Mujahideen with artillery fire in Harasta and Douma, Mujahideen strongholds to the north-east of the capital, and in Daraya to the south-west.
Satanic Nusayri reinforcements have been massing for weeks in Daraya in a bid to drive Mujahideen fighters from the town, the site of the bloodiest massacre of the conflict in which hundreds martyred from Alawites in August.
North-east of Damascus, the Satanic army shelled Qaboon district, while in the south, residents of a Palestinian refugee camp that faced deadly Alawite air raids in December fled once again amid mortar attacks.