One of the keys to success for the Syrian military inside the southern suburbs of Damascus was their powerful new missile launcher, which rained hell on Daesh’s defenses for two weeks.
As the video shows, the Syrian Army’s Golan 1000 Improvised Rocket Assisted Munition (IRAM) pounded Daesh’s* defense lines a few hours before they agreed to ground arms and to surrender their last strongholds in the Yarmouk Camp, Al Hajar Al Aswad and al-Tadamon.
Earlier this week, the Russian Defense Ministry’s center for Syrian reconciliation reported that the Arab army was liberating Muhayam al-Yarmouk district in Damascus from Daesh militants.
“As a result of a joint operation of our armed forces and allies, Al Hajar Al Aswad and the surrounding territories have been completely liberated from terrorists,” the Syrian army said in a statement.
The Yarmouk camp was established in 1957 near Damascus to host Palestinian refugees. Since the beginning of the civil war in Syria, the camp has become a stronghold of terrorists; an anti-terrorist operation in the camp was announced in April.