BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:00 P.M.) – In late July, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched the final stage of their Dara’a offensive after successfully taking control of almost the entire province.

However, before they could claim victory, the Syrian Arab Army would have to deal with the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) terrorists in the imperative Yarmouk Valley region near the Jordanian border.

Not long after launching this offensive, the Syrian Arab Army was able to overpower the remaining Daesh terrorists in the Yarmouk Valley, liberating one town after another while also facing heavy resistance.

As shown in the video, ANNA News was able to chronicle this integral battle with rarely seen front-line footage:

Since liberating the Yarmouk Valley, the Syrian Arab Army has been conducting a follow-up operation to identify any potential Islamic State sleeper cells still active in this region.

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