Khan Arnaba, is situated beyond the border.
The border is where it was during the Yom Kippur war.
If we go more to the left, we can see the ridges of Dahor Through, and the Hermon is in the background.
At this point, exactly at this point, the Syrians crossed over.
They trampled the fence down and entered from the left.
We are now walking in the Syrians' footsteps, towards the Valley of habaha.
See - the minefield here?
The width of the minefield was 80 m wide, and the canal, a canal against tanks, you can see the embankment, it is actually 80 m from this point. This canal was here at the time. And it actually directed all their movement through the canal
They put down a number of bridges and crossed over the bridges, they were later deployed in the valley
If we look at the background, can you see that red mountain, the far one over there?
During the war, that was the Hermonit from the Syrian viewpoint. And we stood on the left of the Hermonit facing south…I can see the Syrians tanks climbing to their positions
and I watch them, knowing that at any moment, There would be dozens of tanks on top of our positions, and we don't have any chance.
On Friday evening we received an order to move southward.
We left Amos Katz in Mizrat Bet G'an, and actually the army reserve forces and regular forces started to determine the boundaries of the enclave.
From the eastern part of the border of the enclave
Our forces fired at the outskirts of Damascus.