Syrian Army Republican Guard troops near the town of Jisreen in East Ghouta (Source: Syrian Army Republican Guard).

BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:00 A.M.) – The Syrian military seized a huge cache of weapons on Sunday that were left behind by the Islamist rebels in the East Ghouta region of Damascus last year.

According to reports from Damascus, the Syrian military seized a large cache of weapons while combing through some of the formerly rebel-held areas of the East Ghouta region.

The reports said that the Syrian military seized a large cache of ammunition, Grad missiles, tank shells, RPGs, and LAW missiles tht previously belonged to the Islamist rebels in the East Ghouta.

Below is the video of the large cache of weapons seized on Sunday:

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2019-02-19 05:46

ROFL, when the guy pretends showing Israeli weapons, he’s actually showing old Soviet 1st gen ATGMs and old Soviet shells. What is shown about Yankee weapons are 6 TOW cannisters which everybody knows were paid by the Bani-Saud. Most of this arsenal is Russian or Chinese/Iranian copies of Russian gear, we also see an Iranian AM-50 hi-caliber sniper riffle. All tin-can ammo boxes (near all shown) are Russian/Soviet. How to recognise the KL-7 Iranian AK-47 copy? Look at the stocks. 🙂 Here is the Iranian AM-50, a cheapo copy of Steyr HS-50 : Here you have the ‘Nasr’, a copy… Read more »

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2019-02-19 09:42
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, the sound track is merde for domestic consumption while the AMN’s English report stays with facts.

IMHO The arms are mostly US or KSA bought copies of Soviet style weapons. Both countries bought in the ex-Warsaw pact EU states with bogus end user certificates. Compare CAR project reports.

Iranian AM-50 Sayyad copies of Steyr HS-50 are ubiquitous because of wide exports. Both government and insurgents in Syria have them. According to Steyr Mannlicher the patent has run out and the rifles are produced in several states.