Syrian Planes Drop “Surrender Now” Leaflets over Militant Positions East of Damascus
The Syrian Air Force delivered a gift to the militant groups in Eastern Ghouta via an airdrop of a large amount of leaflets reading “surrender now; you have nowhere to go”.
The battle for Eastern Ghouta region of rural Damascus has proven to be one of the most violent fronts in all of Syria after almost 4 years of non-stop fighting between the Syrian forces and Jeish al-Islam terrorist group.
Recently, the Syrian army’s 102nd Brigade and the 416th Regiment of the Republican Guard seized the strategic Marj Al-Sultan Military Airport and its nearby village, marking the end of Jeish al-Islam’s presence at this strategic site in Damascus countryside.
Now, the situation in the East Ghouta has turned from bad to worse for the militants of Jeish al-Islam, as the Syrian Armed Forces are currently pushing North from Marj al-Sultan to the imperative city of Harasta, where the majority of the firefights in this region are taking place.