BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:40 A.M.) – The Russian media channel, FAN TV, released footage of Syrian Arab Army (SAA) reinforcements arriving to the East Ghouta region of Damascus on Thursday.

Based on the footage released, the Syrian Army reinforcements were sent to the suburb of Harasta, which is considered a hot-zone right now.

While the journalist in the video says the reinforcements are from the Tiger Forces, those soldiers are likely from another division because the uniforms are different and the Tigers do not typically allow any media with them.

Over the last few days, over 5,000 Syrian Army soldiers have been deployed to this front, as they prepare to kick start their long awaited East Ghouta offensive.

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Diego Prendergast

Swift and decisive victory to the Syrian Arab Army and their allies in the defence of their Capital!