Two Key Takfiri Commanders Killed in Syrian Army’s Operations in Al-Quneitra
Military sources in the Southwestern province of al-Quneitra confirmed that several Takfiri terrorists, including two ring leaders,have been killed in the Syrian Army’s offensives against the terrorists’ strongholds.
The sources said that the terrorists’ gathering centers in the nearby areas of the town of Mashara, located between the two provinces of Dara’a and al-Quneitra, were massively targeted by the Syrian army men, which resulted in the killing of tens of the fighters, including Moaaz Nawaf Al-Heraki and Ali Khaled Al-Zoubi.
On Wednesday, military sources said that several terrorists from the al-Nusra Front were killed or injured by the Syrian Army in al-Quneitra province.
The sources told FNA that the Syrian army’s offensives against the strongholds of al-Nusra Front in al-Samadania al-Garbia village in the Northeastern part of Quneitra city, resulted in the killing or wounding of tens of terrorists.
The sources added that a convoy of terrorists’ vehicles in al-Samadania al-Sharkia village was also targeted by the army men.
All vehicles were destroyed and dozens of terrorists were killed and others were injured, the sources went on to say.
Ali Talal al-Omar al-Aboud, Mohamed Mit’ab Mhawish, and Abad al-Rahman Khalil al-Sa’adi were identified among the killed terrorist in the abovementioned battlefields.
Syria has been faced massive insurgency since 2011. Damascus has always reiterated that the solution to the crisis is only political based on an inter-Syrian dialogue and led by Syria without foreign interference.