BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:55 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) resumed their offensive at the Islamic State’s capital, today, targeting the western districts of the city that are currently occupied by the terrorist forces.

Led by the elite Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army stormed Al-Mayadeen’s western axis, where they were confronted by a large Islamic State force that was moved from the central district of the city.

Video footage of this attack was released by Hezbollah’s official media wing on Tuesday; it shows the army restarting their operation in Al-Mayadeen.

So far, the Syrian Army has managed to reestablish their presence in the western part of Al-Mayadeen, but they have yet to expel the Islamic State from this axis.

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