The sky over south Damascus districts was lit up as missiles fired by the Syrian Army struck ISIS positions and headquarters in a non-stop night assault.
The highly-destructive, home-made Golan 300, 400 and 1000 missiles were unleashed by the SAA’s elite 4th Armored Division in bid to destroy the terror group’s defensives and pave the way for the ground invasion.
The Islamic State still controls a small enclave in southern Damascus, namely al-Hajar al-Aswad, Yarmouk Refugee Camp and al-Qadam. Huge reinforcements poured into the area for the onslaught.
Meanwhile, the Syrian and Russian fighter jets continue to conduct precise airstrikes, targeting the jihadists’ fortifications, tunnels and supply routes,