BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and other pro-government forces have officially liberated some 1,300 square kilometers of territory in Syria’s Badia al-Sham region as a result of recent offensive operations across this battlespace.

The operation – initiated about one week ago – has served to severely undermine the strategic position of Free Syrian Army (FSA) mercenaries operating in the great southern desert region.

This is especially true after the SAA and its allies forcibly ejected FSA militants from their last positions along the entire section of Jordanian border that runs parallel to Syria’s As-Suwayda Governorate.

The footage below is linked to this operation by pro-government forces.

In the video, the SAA and its allies can be seen employing large fleets of mechanized and motorized vehicles as they blast their through FSA mercenary forces operating in the rocky desert landscape of the southwestern Syria.

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