BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:40 A.M.) – It has been a rough start to the day already for the Islamic State (ISIS) in southern Damascus, as they have been the recipient of nonstop air and ground attacks from the Syrian government forces.

According to a military report from southern Damascus, the Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) has launched several airstrikes over the Yarmouk Camp and Hajar Al-Aswad this morning, hitting several terrorist targets in the process.

Meanwhile, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their Palestinian allies have taken the initiative in the Yarmouk Camp, seizing several points from the Islamic State terrorists near the recently liberate Assad bin Furat School in the southwestern part of the district.

Another group from the Syrian Army took to the offensive in northeastern Hajar Al-Aswad by unleashing a flurry of surface-to-surface missiles and artillery shells towards the Islamic State’s positions.

The Syrian military is now attempting to pummel the Islamic State’s last positions in order to secure a surrender agreement from the terrorist group.

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prince teutonic

Lol agreement. Hope they are joking…

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….and what do they do with them? Send them to where? Prison? I think these chodes would rather fight to the death.

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prince teutonic

Send them to some Florida resort…

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Stern Daler

Florida is a good idea. Else Turkish Rivera.

p.s. Erdogan Sultan oves IS and trades with them.

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Send them to western Deir Ezzor desert, where there are beaten to rubble with the last ISIS comrades. City war means always heavy losses for both sides.

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Nestor Arapa

No debe esperar su rendición, al contrario acabar con todos ellos. mejor terrorista muerto que vivo.

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Stern Daler

From feeling yes. But SAA wants to spare civilian infrastructure.
Plus they will fight less if they know they can go.

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Also, they will only be allowed to join their ISIS comrades in Deir Ezzor desert, where they in the process of being killed anyway.