BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:05 A.M.) – The Islamist rebels of Jaysh Al-Islam began mass retreating from Hazrama last night after the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) entered the southern part of this strategic East Ghouta town.

According to a military source, the Syrian Arab Army is almost in full-control of Hazrama, as most of the Islamist rebels have withdrawn from the town to nearby Hawsh Al-Salhiyah.

The Syrian Arab Army’s engineering teams are going to search Hazrama for mines and IEDs (improvised explosive devices) once the fighting at the outskirts of the town concludes today.

In addition to Hazrama, the Syrian Arab Army also imposed fire control over Nashabiyah after advancing on the eastern part of this village in the East Ghouta.


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Nestor Arapa
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Nestor Arapa
2017-01-19 14:45

Como es posible que este grupo de terroristas participe en dialogo y se excluya a SDF quienes representan a Kurdos, Arabes, Asirios, Armenios, etc.