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BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:55 A.M.) – For the second night in a row, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has launched a powerful night assault in the East Ghouta region of Damascus.

Led by the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army attacked the Pechora Regiment Base that is located southwest of recently captured Hawsh Dawahra.

According to a military source in Damascus, the Tiger Forces managed to capture the Pechora Regiment Base after a brief battle with Jaysh Al-Islam.

In addition to this advance, the Syrian Arab Army has also begun their assault on the town of Utaya, which is located west of Al-Salihiyah and Al-Nashabiyah.

 

The Syrian Army has been launching these night attacks in order to capitalize on Jaysh Al-Islam’s poor visibility; this has had a major affect on the Islamist group’s defense of this area.

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This seems be the only possible way to finally end the deaths of Syrian human shields in East Ghouta as well as the deaths of Syrians in other parts of Damascus under bombardment by the terrorists from East Gouta. Let’s hope that as few as possible of the Syrian Arab Army become casualties and that none of the terrorists are able to walk free.

It seems to me that it was a mistake to allow so many terrorists to walk free from Aleppo last year.

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Agree. However, letting the terrorists go to another terrorist region creates havoc between them fighting over power and territory, which would have otherwise have had to be taken care of by the SAA.

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Take no prisoners. The terrorists just move to another site to do their dirty work or try to return. The U.S. uses them as proxies to ruin Syria.

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Small fry for big cats hunting at night. Just make sure you do not step into traps set by the ziofascist rat tamers.

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