Breaking map : Syrian forces take control of another key militant town in East Ghouta
The Syrian Army led by the Republican Guard has seized the terrorist-controlled town of Beit Naem in Damascus’ eastern countryside.
Beit Naem was under the control of the Jaysh al-Islam insurgent group for many years before being taken by the Syrian Army just moments ago.
Syrian troops had attacked the rebel stronghold from positions around Tal Firzat mountain and Oataya town; the storming operation was supported by artillery and airstrikes.
With Syrian forces now in control of Beit Naem, militant defense lines in the south of East Ghouta have been dangerously compromised and it is possible that more attacks will be launched by government units in the area towards the towns of Hawsh Al-Ashari and Al-Muhammadiyah.