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The 6-day long battles in the northeastern flanks of Damascus have subsided with the government troops fully recaptured all points lost to the jihadi groups.

Today, the Syrian Army restored the Fabric Factory, Sadcop building along with the surrounding blocks after sever clashes with the jihadi groups.

Last Sunday, a coalition of rebel groups, including Falyaq al-Rahaman and Ahrar al-Sham and spearheaded by Jabhet al-Nusra, launched a powerful surprise attack using two VBIEDs on Army positions inside the Jobar District near the Al-Qaboun front.

A field reporter embedded with the government forces told AMN that Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhet al-Nusra) withdrew its fighters from the battleground yesterday evening.

The reporter said such withdrawal might be done due to the heavy casualties among the group.

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The Syrian army must not stop there. It must continue pursuing them to their dens in Goutta to prevent this from happening again.

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Stern Daler

Absolutely. Beat them till they to drive in a green bus.

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Do not only reverse their gains. Beat them until they cry for green buses.

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One may think it’s better if they don’t cry anymore. Agriculture needs fertilizer. They’re more bio than Ammonium Nitrate.

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The more reason not to fight in town – rural idlbib needs them and their bio.

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Beware Hasbara 2.0. Daeshbag is a Zionist swine.

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Chauhan Chauhan

chase them till they get out from damascus. this rebel are already exhausted this is time to remove them completly and send them to h**l dont stop like you are doing in Alepo and palmayra. please dont stop the offensive against this scum whabhi terriost send them to turkey. turkey is defenetly involve . Erdogon has become mad daog shoot him by sending terriost to turkey.

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It is impressive that Jaysh el Islam didn’t participate in these attacks otherwise the battle would have been worth. For once, peace talks with them was good. We need less warmongers among Syria supporters and more strategists