The Islamist rebels of Ajnad Al-Sham have repeatedly underestimated the capabilities of the Syrian Arab Army’s all female republican guard brigade in the Damascus countryside; however, these brave women got the last laugh on Thursday morning when they seized the farms linking the two cities of Darayya and Mo’adhimiyah.

Following the terrorist attack that killed several members of the all female Republican Guard in Damascus, the latter took their revenge this morning when they seized several sites that were under the control of Ajnad Al-Sham in Darayya; this includes large parts of 1st Street.

According to a military source in Damascus City, the Syrian Armed Forces have made huge strides inside of Darayya in the last 48 hours, as the Islamist rebels of Ajnad Al-Sham continue to retreat west towards the city of Mo’adhimiyah in the West Ghouta region of the Rif Dimashq Governorate.

In addition to the capture of the farms linking Darayya and Mo’adhimiyah, the Syrian Armed Forces have cutoff the Islamist rebels main supply route to Darayya along the Darayya-Mo’adhimiyah Road that flows through the contested Associations Quarter of the city.

Both parties are still engaged in a violent battle for control of western Darayya; however, the Syrian Armed Forces currently have the upper-hand.

 

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Ron Chandler
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Ron Chandler

More than poetic justice, lionesses of the SAA liberating Moadamiyah, which in 2013 saw the horrifying discovery of a ‘concentration camp’ where over 1,000 Syrian women were imprisoned with their children, by Islamist degenerates who used them for shameful purposes.
These savages may well fear being killed by these women, as their primitive superstition says their death at the hands of a female means no Paradise. LOL Glory to the Syrian Arab Army. Your cause is just — your struggle is divine, and the living master will not allow Syria to fall.

William Hewitt
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William Hewitt

Hillary schlonged again!