the army and popular resistance forces liberated the shrine, which has been destroyed by the Daesh (ISIL or ISIS) terrorist group, from the clutches of the Takfiri terrorists.
The sacred place had been under Daesh occupation for some 15 months.
The city of Darayya came under army control after militants and civilians were evacuated under a deal with the government.
"The Syrian army completely controls Darayya. … There isn't a single armed man there,” a military source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told AFP on Saturday.
"The Darayya file is now closed after the evacuation of all the civilians, armed men and their families under the agreement” reached on Thursday between the government and the militants, Syrian state television said.
The television broadcast footage of army vehicles combing the streets of the town, which had been under siege since November 2012.
Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said the second and final convoy of militants and civilians left Darayya on Saturday.