BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:20 P.M.) – A large number of civilians in an East Ghouta town took to the streets, today, to show support for the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Damascus Now reported.

According to Damascus, the residents of Al-Hammouriyah carried the flag of the Syrian Arab Republic through the streets of their town, while chanting in support of the government and army.

The residents of Al-Hammouriyah also called on the militants inside the town to leave in order to avoid any hostilities in this part of the East Ghouta.

Below is one of the videos from Al-Hammouriyah that was released by Damascus Now:

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jmNZ

Wonder whether the western media will report this.
Doubt it.

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Stern Daler

So do I. It does not fit into their Assad must go narrative.

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Stern Daler

They did not complain when the militant fire into Damascus. But now their houses are in danger. And the rats leave the sinking ship.