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BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:45 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has once again advanced in the eastern suburbs of Damascus this week, capturing several sites inside the ‘Ayn Tarma Triangle.

Backed by heavy airstrikes from the SyAAF, the Syrian Arab Army’s 105th Brigade of the Republican Guard managed to capture the ‘Ayn Tarma Meat Market and several buildings surrounding this after a fierce battle with Faylaq Al-Rahman militant.

Meanwhile, northwest of ‘Ayn Tarma, another unit from the 105th Brigade, alongside the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA) and National Defense Forces (NDF), stormed the militant-held Taybeh District of Jobar, resulting in a series of clashes this morning.

Fierce clashes are still ongoing at several axes in the eastern Damascus today, as the Syrian Arab Army attempts to get the upper-hand in this imperative area near the capital.

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JOBAR WAS LEFT ALONE FOR LONG WHICH WAS MISTAKE BCUZ IT WAS NEAR THE CAPITAL. AN TODAY THIS SCUM TERRIOST FORTIFIED VERYTHING TO DIFFUCLUT THE SAA TO ADVANCE. SAA SHOULD NOT REPEAT THIS MISTAKE AGAIN. AND GET RID OF ALL SMALL POCKET NEAR DAMASCUS . NEXT TARGET DUMYR AND EAST GOUTA BEFORE THEY SETTLE THEMSELVE AND IT BECOME HARD TO GET RID OF THEM TERRIOST

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They had to secure more important areas first. Aleppo and oil and gas fields to boost the economy.

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No secret! Money is the nerve for war!

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Recon drones and helicopter gunships shout lead the advance to prevent unnecessary loss of life. Snipers and terrorists peeping out of their underground holes should be spotted and neutralized before the army advance.

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Seems they already have the upper hand, forcing the militants to use up their
reserves of TOW and other weapons, and already gaining ground while doing so.