Army Targets Gathering of Militant Leaders in South of Syria
The hideout of al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra field commanders in the Citadel of Busra in Busra al-Sham in the Eastern side of Dara’a city came under the offensive of the Syrian army, which reportedly ended in the destruction of the hideout and killing or wounding of many terrorists.
On Sunday, Syrian army units delivered heavy blows at the al-Nusra Front militants in the city of Dara’a and inflicted heavy damage on the militants’ hardware.
The sources said that Syrian army soldiers and their allies launched concentrated strikes against positions of Nusra group in al-Bajabja neighborhood in Dara’a al-Balad district, adding to the recent heavy blows to the militants to push them further back in the area.
The strikes by the pro-government sources destroyed a number of vehicles, gathering centers and other equipment of the militants in the key contested district of Dara’a city.
According to confirmed reports by sources in the battlefield, at least 14 Takfiri terrorists were killed and injured in the clashes flared during the army’s Sunday operation.