VIDEO: Syrian Army Wins Back Key Town in Eastern Ghouta in Damascus
The Syrian army and resistance forces in clashes with the Jeish al-Islam (Army of Islam) terrorist group managed to seize back a strategic town in Eastern Ghouta in Damascus countryside and took control of the terrorists’ supply route.
The Syrian army and popular forces took full control of Meda’a town in Eastern Ghouta after heavy clashes with Jeish al-Islam terrorists, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) announced.
The terrorists sustained heavy casualties in the heavy clashes with the Syrian army and resistance forces.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Syrian army and popular forces continued their advances in Damascus countryside by seizing back more lands in Eastern Ghouta.
The Syrian army and popular forces took full control of new areas and buildings in Meda’a farms in Eastern Ghouta.
Scores of Takfiri terrorists were killed and wounded in heavy clashes with the Syrian government troops and National Defense Forces (NDF) in Meda’a farms.
The terrorists’ military hardware and equipment also sustained heavy damage in the Syrian army’s offensive.
In a relevant development on Monday, the Al-Nusra Front terrorist group pulled out its militants from a strategic town in Damascus countryside.
The Al-Nusra Front terrorists withdrew from Jayroud town in the Western countryside of Damascus.
The Al-Nusra Front’s pullout from Jayroud comes as the town’s residents in a protest rally few days ago called for the exit of the Takfiri terrorists from there.
On Sunday, 31 al-Nusra Front terrorists were killed and many more were wounded in the Syrian fighter jets’ heavy bombardments in Eastern Qalamoun.
The Syrian warplanes, in a fresh round of combat sorties, targeted positions of al-Nusra Front near the town of Jayroud, where a Syrian Air Force’s pilot was captured and killed by the militant groups.
The al-Nusra Front’s military equipment also sustained major damage in the raids.