Syrian Army Imposed Control Of 36 Villages And Towns In Al-Quneitra Over Past 24 Hours

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Syrian Army Imposed Control Of 36 Villages And Towns In Al-Quneitra Over Past 24 Hours

Illustrative image, By SANA

On July 21, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) entered the villages of al-Munythat, Majuliya, Kum al-Basha, Ayn al-Basha, Rasm al-Halabi, Zubiyda, al-Mushaiyrafah, al-Yarzan in the southern governorate of al-Quneitra, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).

During the last 24 hours, the SAA entered 36 villages and towns in al-Quneitra. Some of these villages are located within the demilitarized zone, along the occupied Golan Heights, which confirms that the deployment of the SAA there is coordinated with Russia.

Syrian Army Imposed Control Of 36 Villages And Towns In Al-Quneitra Over Past 24 Hours

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Meanwhile, the SANA reported that new batch of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) fighters and their families are preparing to withdraw towards the opposition-held areas in the northern governorate of Idlib. The withdrawal of these fighters is a part of an evacuation agreement, which was reached on July 19.

According to Syrian pro-government activists, few fighters of HTS in the towns of Ufaniya and Jubata al-Khashab are yet to accept the evacuation agreement. The activests added that the SAA will launch an offensive on the two towns, if the fighters don’t accept the agreement within 48 hours.

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  • antoun

    the pocket djihadist of quneitra libered at 95%! hourraaahhh!!!

  • Rob

    Egypt should remove immediately the Trump forces ISIS in North Sinai province otherwise Trump will label them Egypt Defence Forces or EDF and then US army will come for their help against Egyptian army. This is 5th generation war in which the country’s regime should be vigilent.

  • Piotr Rokosz

    Great victory!

  • Bill Wilson

    I kinda figured those militant areas would flip sides once the SAA started their push thru the SW since things have been rather quiet down their for a few years. Now they can get back to working together to restore the Syrian economy.

  • Smaug

    Due to the anarchy and panic there haven’t been any real obstacles to SAA movements ever since they received the first large batch of defections. That said, there are certainly many Rebel cells deep within the supposedly secure territory.