Syrian Army Advances towards Jeish Al-Islam’s Last Stronghold in Eastern Ghouta



The Syrian army forces, backed by warplanes, started a massive assault on Jeish Al-Islam terrorists in the Eastern parts of Damascus province and gained ground in the first hours of the operation.

The army units inflicted heavy casualties and damage on the terrorists after fierce clashes with Jeish Al-Islam near the newly-freed town of al-Meida’ani in Eastern Ghouta and seized control of all the plants near the town, including three bicycles and motorcycles manufacturing factories.

The pro-government forces also shattered the defense lines of the terrorists near Damascus after killing several militants and moved ahead in Hawsh al-Zawahera farms.

The army and its allies also targeted the terrorists’ gathering centers in Hawsh al-Salehiya village in Eastern Ghouta.

Meantime, the Syrian fighter jets launched airstrikes against the command centers and gatherings of the terrorists in Arabayn, Douma and Harasta cities as well as Jobar and al-Shifouniyeh towns, inflicting tens of losses on the militants.

The army soldiers had also on Tuesday clashed fiercely with terrorists of Jeish al-Islam and repelled their attack on government positions near Meida’ani.

The army men fended off Jeish al-Islam’s attack on their positions in the town of Meida’ani and its surroundings, inflicting a number of casualties on the militants.

The army men also targeted the movements and gatherings of the terrorists in the city of Douma and the town of Harasta, while the country’s fighter jets pounded terrorists’ centers in Douma and its surrounding areas.

In the meantime, sporadic clashes erupted between the army soldiers and Faylaq al-Rahman terrorists in al-Mohammadiyeh region in the Southern part of Eastern Ghouta and meantime, the army managed to repel Faylaq al-Rahman’s offensive on its position in Hawz Shalaq front.

Syrian Army troops had captured more lands in areas near the newly-freed town of al-Meida’ani in Eastern Ghouta on Monday after inflicting major casualties on the militants.

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