BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:00 P.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS) affiliated Jaysh Khaled bin Walid forces have suffered their worst of the year in southwest Syria after the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) troops liberated large parts of the Yarmouk Basin region.

Led by both the Tiger Forces and 4th Division, the Syrian Arab Army managed to liberate the imperative towns of Jaleen and Tal Jamou this afternoon, following an intense battle with the Jaysh Khaled bin Walid terrorists.

According to a military source in the Daraa Governorate, the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Division and Tiger Forces were able to overpower the Jaysh Khaled bin Walid terrorists, today, seizing several imperative areas, including Tal Jamou and Jaleen.

Following the liberation of Tal Jamou and Jaleen, the Syrian Arab Army imposed full control over Adwan and Tasil, forcing the terrorist forces to fall back towards the Jordanian border.

The Syrian Arab Army has now fully liberated the entire northern part of the Yarmouk Basin region; they are working to isolate the Islamic State’s remaining areas in a bid to force them to surrender.

The Islamic State’s best bet to survive this onslaught is to retreat to the mountains near the borders of the Golan Heights and Jordan, there they can make their last stand and hope to repel the assault.

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Daeshbags Sux
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” there they can make their last stand and hope to repel the assault.”
=> Nope, they just can hope to die.

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Jasminko Grdic

True, but what they really hope is that US AF and IAF send few Blakc Hawk and get them out of the h**l , also that Jordan not close the corridor where they come from.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Can ISIS repel Russia aerospace force ?,……not way. SAA must ask for total unconditional surrender to these terrorists, point, or face death.