Syrian Arab Army is in control of the Christian village of Ma’lula
Syrian Arab Army forces make more gains against foreign-backed terrorists in the Christian village of Ma’lula, which is located near Damascus.
Witnesses say most of the fighting on Thursday occurred in the western part of the village. The army troops previously took control of Ma’lula’s main square as well as the Mar Takla convent, where several nuns were staying.
Syrian government forces are trying to drive these “fake religious, real mercenaries” gangs off of a hilltop. The village which is on a UNESCO list of world heritage sites is home to several ancient churches and important monasteries.
The terrorists takfiris have their hours counted before their desired “martyrdom”, which will be generously granted to them by the guys of the Syrian Arab Army.