BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:40 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their Russian allies are preparing to enter the ancient city of Quraytayn after Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists took over the area last week.

According to a military report, the Syrian Army, alongside the Russian Special Forces, have completely encircled the city and are awaiting orders to enter Quraytayn from their high command.

A local journalist captured several photos of the Syrian Army troops outside the city, today; they have issued one last warning to the Islamic State terrorists about surrendering Quraytayn before they storm the area.

Russian Special Forces will participate in this assault, but they will have a limited role due to the large number of Syrian Army personnel around the city.

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