BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 A.M.) – The Russian Aerospace Forces unleashed a massive assault over the southern part of Damascus this morning, targeting several terrorist positions belonging to the so-called Islamic State (ISIS).

According to a military report from a source on the ground, the Russian and Syrian forces launched their biggest attack of the offensive this morning, causing several explosions that could be heard throughout the capital city.

The joint Russian-Syrian attack primarily targeted the ISIS-held areas inside Hajar Al-Aswad, Yarmouk Camp, and Al-Tadamon.

At the same time, the Syrian Arab Army’s 42nd Brigade of the 4th Mechanized Division, alongside Liwaa Al-Quds, stormed the Islamic State’s last positions along the southwestern axis of 30th Street.

Intense clashes are now ongoing at this aforementioned axis and several other areas around ISIS-held southern Damascus.

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israhell’s presents from russia – the active and on-going elimination of zio scumbags

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Abu Bakr will not be happy with this news. His Caliphate is slowly slipping through the Toilet Bowl n getting flushed into the sep tank where it belongs.

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Abu Bakr must rejoice since so many reach paradise.

p.s. One technicality. There’s growing evidence that many words in the Quran are Syriac or Aramaic. The Quran says martyrs going to heaven will get ‘hur,’ and the word was taken by Arabs to mean ‘virgins’. But in Aramaic, hur meant ‘white’ and was commonly used to mean ‘white grapes.’ Christoph Luxenberg, who pioneered this research, noted that grapes made more sense in the context because the Quran compares the hur to crystal and pearls, and because contemporary accounts have paradise abounding with white grapes.