This is the updated map of Damascus after the victory in Hujjira. The terrorists of Ahrar al-Sham still control the Ghouta with their buddies in Liwaa al-Islam. The following areas are on the verge of being fully liberated: Barzeh, Darayya, Qaboon, and Zamalka. In Aleppo, the eastern front has officially been cutoff to the terrorists at Al-Baab (“the door”). This forces the terrorists to rely on supplies from the north at Sheikh Najaar, in the Industrial Area. The supply route to al-Baab was critical for the terrorists; this loss will pay dividends in the long run as the Syrian Air Force will obstruct any attempt from the baboons of ISIS to infiltrate from Al-Raqqa. If the SAA can close the northern corridor in Sheikh Najaar, the SAA will have successfully cutoff the terrorists from all integral supply routes; thus, trapping what is left of them. In Latakia, the SAA forestalled the new Jabhat al-Nusra offensive dubbed, “The Lions of the Mountain,” which is their attempt to infiltrate the Prophet Isaiah Mountains and to breakthrough the lines near the Turkish border. However, this offensive was over before it began. 112 terrorists have been killed in two days at the border of Latakia and Turkey. Also in Latakia, the Syrian Arab Army killed 71 terrorists at Salma as the SAA has advanced its position deep into enemy territory. Salma is the last stronghold for members of ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra on the Latakia front.