The Syrian Arab Army’s 102nd Brigade of the Republican Guard, alongside Hezbollah, reportedly cutoff the main road that links the villages of Al-Muhammadiyah and Beit Na’im in the East Ghouta region of rural Damascus on Wednesday.

This successful military operation began when the Syrian Armed Forces and Hezbollah attacked the villages of Al-Muhammadiyah and Beit Na’im from two different axes, resulting in a fierce battle with the extremist rebels of Faylaq Al-Rahman and Jaysh Al-Fustat.

Following the intense battle, the Syrian Armed Forces and Hezbollah were able to cutoff the main road and disrupt Faylaq Al-Rahman’s key supply route to the village of Beit Na’im.

Over the last 72 hours, the Syrian Armed Forces and Hezbollah have made significant strides in the East Ghouta, capturing several villages and military installations, while the extremist rebels struggle to unify.

 

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