DAMASCUS, SYRIA (5: 10 P.M.) – Islamist rebels who formerly controlled East Ghouta towns had militarized almost every aspect of life. Wedding halls in Zamalka town were turned into workshops to manufacture explosive devices and mortar shells.
Huge quantities of explosives, metal sheets and machineries were discovered by the Syrian Army during a mop-up operation in the recently-liberated town of Zamalka in Eastern Ghouta.
The workshop belongs to Faylaq al-Rahman jihadi group and was used to manufacture IEDs, mortar shells and homegrown missiles.
Photos released from inside the workshop also show Saudi-made explosive materials used by the terror group.