BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:55 A.M.) – Syrian choppers dropped thousands of leaflets over the provincial capital of Dara’a and its countryside on Tuesday, demanding the rebel forces surrender to the government.

The leaflets specifically called on the rebels to lay down their weapons and seek reconciliation with the government.

The government warned the rebels that they are already winning and that taking their arms with them won’t change anything on the battlefield.

In addition to addressing the rebel forces, the leaflets also called on the residents in Daraa to join the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in their war on terror.

With the battle of southern Damascus nearly finished, the Syrian military is starting to move their forces to the Dara’a Governorate, where they are planning to launch a big assault in the near future.

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“Syrian choppers” ….are you sure AMN ?, what a bl00dy stupid headline + description, especially in a war against “Head Choppers” – if they are helicopters, call them that