BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) resumed their field operations in the southern pocket of the East Ghouta on Thursday, targeting the strategic ‘Ayn Tarma suburb.

Led by the 4th Division, the Syrian Army made their first major push into ‘Ayn Tarma after seizing suburb’s corresponding valley and farms.

As a result of this push, the Syrian Army’s 4th Division managed to capture several buildings inside of ‘Ayn Tarma, including the Faylaq Al-Rahman command-and-control center.

Below is a video of the Syrian Army capturing the first buildings in ‘Ayn Tarma and destroying a militant tunnel:

Since making this advance, the Syrian Army has entered into a ceasefire deal with Faylaq Al-Rahman that is effective at midnight.

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