Islamic State activists have been given 48 hours to consent to pull back from an enclave they control south of Damascus, the expert Syrian government daily paper al-Watan gave an account of Thursday.
“On the off chance that they cannot, the armed force and supporting powers are prepared to dispatch a military task to end the nearness of the association in the territory,” it said.
The jihadist-controlled enclave is based on the Palestinian Yarmouk camp and the al-Hajar al-Aswad region south of Damascus. The territory is substantially littler than the eastern Ghouta locale where the Syrian government as of late crushed agitators.
An administrator in the local military organization together that backs the Syrian government said the Syrian armed force had started shelling the jihadist enclave on Tuesday in planning for a strike.
Yarmouk, somewhere in the range of 8 km (5 miles) from the focal point of Damascus, was home to Syria’s biggest Palestinian evacuee group before the Syrian war emitted in 2011. Albeit most occupants have fled, the United Nations has said a few thousand remain.
The Syrian government has recuperated swathes of an area from rebels by giving them a chance to leave to other radical held parts of the nation following quite a while of attack and fierce military ambushes supported by Russia and Iran.