BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:50 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) had a successful day in the Al-Quneitra Governorate on Friday, as their forces managed to retake a large portion of territory that was under rebel control near the occupied Golan Heights.

According to a military source in southern Syria, the Syrian Arab Army entered and took control of more than ten towns on Friday, including the jihadist stronghold of Nabe’ Al-Sakhar.

In addition to Nabe’ Al-Sakhar, the Syrian Army also established control over the towns of Umm Batna, Mumtanah, ‘Ayn Tinah, Hajjeh, Suaysah, and Qusaybah in the Al-Quneitra Governorate.

As a result of this big advance, the Syrian Arab Army reportedly took control of more than 170 square kilometers of territory along the Daraa-Quneitra axis.

At the same time, the Syrian government also provided at least 55 buses to transport the remaining jihadist rebels and their family members from Al-Quneitra to the northern provinces of Syria.

The Syrian Army will likely enter the remaining towns in the Al-Quneitra Governorate that are controlled by the jihadist rebels in the next 48 hours, a military source told Al-Masdar News this morning.

Once they enter these towns in Al-Quneitra, the Syrian Army will establish control over them and then shift their attention to the Yarmouk Basin region, where they plan on attacking this large Islamic State (ISIS) pocket.

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Such good news!! Not long till Idlib is liberated as well!

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Syria has nothing else to lose or to be destroyed. What would happen if SAA and allies attack Golan Concurrently? Hamas from the west, Hezbollah from North, SAA from East and flood of Iranian missiles. What could Israel possibly do?

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That would be pointless escalation Israel would attack Damascus, Lebanon and Tehran and would give others a green light to attack

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Nestor Arapa

Israel usaría su bomba nuclear para cometer genocidio.

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try it and find out 🙂