Regime forces launch their missiles again targeting the capital Damascus and its Eastern Ghouta
The regime forces continue their intensive shelling on areas in Wadi Ein Tarma in the Eastern Ghouta and Jobar neighbourhood east of the capital, where they launched at least 14 missiles believed to be ground-to-ground and several other shells on areas in Wadi Ein Tarma and Jobar neighborhood this morning, no information about injuries, and the clashes between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against Rahman Corps are accompanied by the fall of mortar shells on areas in Hammuriyya town after the midnight Friday-Saturday; launched by the regime forces, but no information about injuries.
Where yesterday areas in the outskirts town of Ein Tarma town were shelled by the regime forces; coincide with shelling on areas in the neighborhood of Jobar, where the regime forces shelled the two areas by ten missiles believed to be land-to-land, thus, the number of missiles that targeted the areas on Friday the 11th of August, increased to 50 missiles at least, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that within the ongoing targeting on the Eastern Ghouta, the regime forces and their allied militiamen continue their targeting on areas in the Eastern Ghouta and the east of the capital, where they targeted with 2 shells areas in Douma city, causing material damage, and the regime forces shelled an area in Hammuriyya city, leaving an injured child. The regime forces targeted with a shell an area in Saqba city, injuring 3 persons including a child, while the regime forces targeted the town of KafrBatna with 3 artillery shells, leaving 4 injured, while they targeted an area in al-Ash’aari farms. The activists of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented that the regime forces targeted the outskirts of Ein Tarma, and the outskirts of Jobar neighborhood by about 40 missiles believed to be ground-to-ground, in conjunction with their shelling with more than 20 artillery and missiles shells, and there is no information about casualties so far.