1,000 Militants Surrender to Syrian Army in Dara’a
The militants formerly fighting in the Southern battlefields of the country as well as the wanted persons (some of them going AWOL) surrendered to the Syrian government in Dara’a as the forces loyal to the Syrian President Bashar Assad continue gaining ground across the country.
A source in Dara’a province told the Syrian SANA news agency that the wanted persons in Azra’, al-Sanamin and al-Moslemiya town had their files settled and pardoned.
He added that the files of 5 terrorists who had surrendered themselves and their weapons to the Syrian authorities were also settled.
This is while the terrorist groups had warned to confront anyone who accepts reconciliation with the Syrian government.
In a recent development in the Southern province on Sunday, the Syrian military forces targeted the terrorist groups’ positions at the beginning of a road connecting Dara’a city’s in the Southern and Central districts and in the Eastern deserts of Sweida, cutting off the militants’ supply route for several hours.
Syrian soldiers hit militant groups’ strongholds in Northwest of al-Karak square, the surroundings of post office building, in Northern side of al-Khalil mosque and in Eastern side of electricity company in Dara’a al-Balad and Dara’a al-Mahatta, where most cases of arms smuggling happens.
Militants suffered a heavy death toll in the attacks and no arms and ammunition consignment could enter the city.