BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:00 P.M.) – The Russian military has taken over two imperative hilltops that overlook the occupied Golan Heights, a Syrian Arab Army (SAA) communique said on Monday.

According to the communique, the Russian military took over the hilltops of Taloul Himr, which are located just west of the Beit Jinn area.

The Russian military took over these hilltops near the occupied Golan Heights after the Syrian Arab Army established full control over the Beit Jinn area.

The Syrian Arab Army’s Beit Jinn operation began shortly after the Syrian Arab Army captured the entire West Ghouta region last year.

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Good, this will stop the flux of terrorists from Israel to Siria.