“Threats and military movements by Turkey near the Syrian borders is aimed at rendering help to the al-Nusra Front to conquer Aleppo,” the Arabic-language Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar reported.
The newspaper wrote that all pro-Turkey terrorist groups, specially the Al-Nusra Front and its allies, are in the same boat with Ankara to attack Aleppo as they supported attacks on Idlib and Jisr al-Shaghour.
On Tuesday, the Syrian army intensified its offensives on the Takfiri terrorist groups in the Western parts of Aleppo.
The bloody clashes between the army and Ansar al-Sharia coalition comprising 13 terrorist groups led by the Al-Nusra Front left tens of militants dead and dozens more injured.
The clashes erupted after the Al-Nusra Front a suicide bomber intended to explode a bomb-laden vehicle in Jamiat al-Zahra district of Aleppo, but the Syrian army prevented the suicide bomber from accomplishing his mission.
A large number of terrorists were killed and many more injured during the Monday clashes, including Riyaz Abid who was commander of Nur Eddin Zanki Takfiri terrorist group.