Syrian Army uncovers prison and main site for Failaq al-Rahman in Zamalka, Eastern Ghouta
A prison and a main site for the so-called “Failaq al-Rahman” were discovered by the Syrian Arab Army in Zamalka town in Eastern Ghouta.
SANA’s reporter said that the army’s units found one of the main sites of “Failaq al-Rahman” which included a military operation room as well as machines to print maps and equipment to measure distances used by terrorists in digging tunnels.
The site also includes a long tunnel running under the buildings used by the terrorists’leaders to move, store weapons and ammunition and hide from the blows of the Syrian Arab Army.
During the sweeping operation in one of the town’s neighborhoods, an army unit found the so called “the 44th Prison” which was used by the terrorists to torture the abductees of the townspeople and abuse them, noting that the prison contains rooms, small cells, files and documents recording the number of abductees and orders for the use of forced labor and taken to the hubs of fighting to dig tunnels.
The town of Zamalka was the main hotbed of “Failaq al-Rahman”. During the past days, army units had discovered a number of tunnel networks, warehouses and workshops for the manufacture of missiles, which were used by terrorists to attack the residential areas in Damascus and its surroundings.
Meanwhile, units of the Syrian Arab army discovered a depot for manufacturing explosive devices and booby traps from Daesh remnants as they continued combing operations of Sbaikhan village in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.
A military source added that large amounts of explosive devices and western-made ammunition have been seized inside the depot, in addition to light weapons, mortar rounds of different sizes and anti-tank missiles.