DAMASCUS, SYRIA (3: 20 P.M.) – The largest rebel group in the Eastern Ghouta, Jaish al-Islam, continues to crack down on its rival factions in a bid to dominate the insurgent enclave outside the capital.

Backed by tanks and armored vehicles, the Saudi-funded fighters broke into several positions and bases for Falyal al-Rahman and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham in Al-Asha`ari and Beit Sawa; triggering heavy firefights in the two Eastern Ghouta towns.

Elsewhere, Jaish al-Islam advanced in the outskirts of Hamouriyah; a major bastion for Falyal al-Rahman after fierce clashes which left scores dead and injured from both warring parties.

The Faylaq accused Jaish al-Islam of using ambulances to hide its fighters and eventually infiltrate into its outposts. The claim, however, was entirely denied by Jaish al-Islam.

Meanwhile, more Islamist militants are leaving their stronghold in Qaboun and Barzeh neighborhoods outside the capital for the northwestern province of Idlib as per an agreement held with the Syrian government.

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SAA should take advantage of this

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Just wait, time for the pop-corn:)

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La pregunta, si este sitio está rodeado, ¿Cómo ingresan los suministros a estas áreas?, el ejercito debe encargarse de que no sigan ingresando suministros hasta que se agoten sus armas y comida si es posible, esperar que se maten entre ellos y luego cosechar victoria en la zona.