Following Faylaq Al-Rahman’s failed offensive in Jobar and Mohammadiyah axes, the Syrian Army continued its advance in the jihadist bastion of Eastern Ghouta.

Elite Republican Guard units are currently storming the signal army base near the Jaish Al-Islam stronghold of Al-Rayhan capturing the storage area of the base.

Adding salt to the insurgents wounds, Syrian Army tanks have physically cut the supply route between Al-Rayhan and Shifuniyah.

Three Jaish Al-Islam commanders have been killed so far in this operation as the Syrian Armed Forces advance under the cover of heavy airstrikes and artillery shelling.

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Angelique Rockas
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Angelique Rockas

New #MIT Study Finds #Syria’n Govt not Responsible for #Ghouta #Chemical Attacks https://t.co/rWP9FU20EU #RT #Damascus

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

It’s not new but from January 2014. Things have gone further : gas has been analysed, it didn’t even came from SAA stockpiles but from libyan stockpiles… We’ve noticed later that Jaysh-al-Islam had Sarin and funny fact, they held the area from where the rockets came…
They did a false flag attempt… When syrian govt surrendered all its Sarin to UN, the stockpile was to be loaded on a cargo in Latakia. The “moderate rebels” strangely knew this was made there and began to shell the harbour!
An interesting analysis :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95IAkNSU8yA
pointing double standards and bizarre things by a syrian nun.

Farhat Kaboudi
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Farhat Kaboudi

RT BREAKING NEWS : SAA ENTERS THE ARTILLERY BASES