BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 A.M.) – The Syrian  Arab Army (SAA) seized a large cache of weapons that were left behind by the rebel forces at the Nassib Crossing in Daraa.

According to a report from the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the rebel forces left behind a wide variety of weapons, including armored vehicles, missiles, and a large quantity of ammunition.

As shown in the video below, the Syrian Army seized this large cache of weapons after they entered the area and imposed control over the Nassib Crossing:

Since retaking the Nassib Crossing, the Syrian Army has worked to secure the area around the border, while also bringing in engineering units to clear the mines and explosives planted by the rebel forces.

In addition to this, the Syrian Army has begun to move their elite Tiger Forces to another front in order to continued their southwest Syria offensive.

The Syrian Army is now preparing to launch their long-awaited offensive to capture the southern districts of the provincial capital.

With the strategic town of Al-Naimah under the control in the eastern countryside of the Daraa Governorate, the Syrian Arab Army is in prime position to attack the provincial capital from two different axes.

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What about the Jordanian b*****d who allowed CIA/terrorist trainingcamps on the Southborder Daraa aswell as on the Eastborder Al Tanf !and weaponstraffic to Syria since so many years, Not excactly a model of good neighbourship !

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If you think the Bani-Hashim has any way to say no to the Bani-Saoud, which BTW stole their control over Mecca since Abdullah-II grand dad’s brother was the king of Hejaz until 1925 when the al-Saouds took over his kingdom… Jordan mostly lives from US+Saudi’s “charity”, it’s a well known fact. Had Abdullah-II rejected, he’d have ended with the same mess in Jordan that started in Syria in 2011… You can only see Jordan for what it is : a puppet state. In fact, things could get better for Jordan, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon for long, but they took their… Read more »