The ISIS-held pocket in southern Damascus is crumbling under pressure from the Syrian Arab Army, Liwa al-Quds and their allies. The most intense clashes are currently ongoing in the Yarmouk refugee camp and the district of Taqadam.
Over the past few days, government forces have tightened their siege on the remaining ISIS positions in the area, but have not been able to break the ISIS defense in Yarmouk.
According to pro-government sources, the Syrian Army has recently rejected an ISIS request to allow the ISIS members to withdraw without heavy weapons to the Homs desert. If this is true, the ISIS militants have no option to surrender.