BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:05 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is rolling through the Islamic State’s (ISIL) defenses near the Deir Ezzor Military Airport, liberating site-after-site from the terrorist forces.

Minutes ago, the SAA’s Republican Guard lifted the siege on the Deir Ezzor Airport after liberating the large hilltop of Tal Rubiyat.

Tal Rubiyat overlooks the Ta’meen Base that is located northwest of the Deir Ezzor Airport and near the provincial cemetery.

With Tal Rubiyat liberated, the SAA has secured the supply line to Deir Ezzor Military airport and even threatens to create an ISIS pocket around the Panorama roundabout.

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Deo Cass

No time to lose. The focus should be full steam ahead to East Deir Ezzur province, to recover the vital oil and gas fields and prevent the colonial forces and their Kurdish slaves from stealing them from the Syrian people.