BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 P.M.) – The Islamic State’s (ISIS) leadership agreed to surrender their positions in the southern districts of Damascus, today, following an unprecedented amount of air and rocket strikes on their defenses last night.

However, while the Islamic State’s leadership agreed to surrender their positions, several rogue terrorists have refused to give up their fight in southern Damascus.

In response to these terrorists, the Syrian Army’s Republican Guard and their Palestinian allies have kicked off ground operations in the Yarmouk Camp and Al-Qadam districts.

The video below shows the Syrian Army’s Republican Guard attacking ISIS in Yarmouk Camp:

The Syrian Army and their Palestinian allies are now working to clear the last remnants of the Islamic State in southern Damascus.

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