Syrian Army on the verge of encircling the Islamist rebels at key East Ghotua town

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Syrian Army on the verge of encircling the Islamist rebels at key East Ghotua town

AlMasdarnews reports: The Syrian Arab Air Force (SAAF) pounded the East Ghouta region of rural Damascus on Wednesday night, targeting several farms located between Al-Reyhan and Tal Kurdi.

According to an Al-Masdar correspondent, the Syrian Air Force rained heavy bombs over Jaysh Al-Islam’s (Army of Islam) positions, paving the way for the Syrian Arab Army’s 105th Brigade of the Republican Guard to attack the latter’s defenses near Al-Reyhan.

The Al-Masdar correspondent added that the Syrian Armed Forces are only 750 meters away from Al-Reyhan’s gates, which is cause for great concern for Jaysh Al-Islam, as they find themselves encircled by the government units.

Jaysh Al-Islam needs to foil this upcoming assault by the Syrian Armed Forces; if they don’t, Tal Kurdi will be completely surrounded and most likely to fall to the government in a short period of time.

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  • paul

    The SAA appears to be pushing forwards on many fronts. I hope it
    continues and is not derailed by yet another phoney ceasefire.
    However, I can not say I like the photo above. If Syria is to be
    saved then it will have been through the sacrifices and suffering of
    the men of Syria. Politically correct photos only diminish the value of the
    terrible toll of men’s lives that this war has cost. The reward for
    this suffering should not be to have feminism thrust upon them.

    By the way with a man standing directly behind the blast of that RPG
    I do hope she id not going to fire it.

    • Jacek Wolski

      I guess if you only like men, the above photo would not be to your liking. Maybe you should look at some Russian women in military uniforms to sway your unresolved issues

      • paul

        A bit of a sneering clique response. I expect I only have the same
        issues with women that any man would have after forty years of
        marriage. This is the internet so snide remarks like yours are just
        the common currency.

        • Jacek Wolski

          If you’re that unhappy after 40 years of marriage, you can always get a divorce. And I thought Bitcoins where the common currency on the internet