The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has begun to evacuate civilians from Hazrama and Nashabiya neighbourhoods of Eastern Ghouta after they were successfully liberated from the militants.
The Syrian authorities have reached out to the armed opposition groups active in the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta to avoid direct confrontation and resolve the issue via peaceful dialogue.
Clashes erupted in the rebel stronghold of Erbeen when fighters loyal to Hayat Tahrir al Sham attacked Faylaq al Rahman’s positions.
Jaysh Al-Islam is contacting ambassadors of foreign countries to bring up the problem of East Ghouta, said the group’s representative Muhammad Alloush.
At the moment Jaysh Al-Islam fighters are undergoing extensive training in the eastern farmland of Damascus, presumably in preparation for the next wave of attacks by the SAA.
Syrian Air Force Intelligence agents confiscated a large amount of weapons destined for the Damascene suburb of Barzeh.
Al Rahman Legion (Faylaq al Rahman) militants shelled SAA positions with mortars and heave artillery in the region of Hazarma, Otaya, al Nashabiya and al Maraj towns.
Al Rahman Legion with the support of Jaish al Islam launched an offensive on SAA positions in Hazrama town in Eastern Ghouta region of rural Damascus.
Clashes between al Rahman Legion (Faylaq al Rahman, part of FSA) and Jaish al Islam (Army of Islam) were reported in Saqba city in the Eastern Ghouta on Wednesday.
Jaish al Islam group launched an offensive in Eastern Ghouta region of rural Damascus on Thursday targeting al Reyhan town.