Senior Terrorist Nusra Commander Killed in Syrian Airstrikes at Dara’a-Sweida Border
The sources said that the Syrian warplanes struck the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front and their allies from the FSA at the ancient city of Busra Al-Sham, killing a number of enemy combatants, including the emir (leader) of al-Nusra in the region that was entrenched with his fighters near Sweida border.
On Thursday, Syrian army troops killed and injured scores of the foreign-backed Takfiri militants in Dara’a.
The army targeted concentration centers of terrorists in Samlin village and the cities of Inkhel and Jassem in the Northwestern countryside of Dara’a, killing scores of terrorists and destroying their weapons and equipment.
The army also targeted positions of terrorists from the so-called “Saif al-Sham Brigades” in Atman town, 4km North of Daraa city, leaving a group of them dead.