Terrorist Front in Dara’a on Verge of Collapse Following Unsuccessful Attacks on Syrian Army
The sources said that the army soldiers have repelled the entire attacks of Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board), the Free Syrian Army and Ahrar al-Sham on the pro-government forces’ strongholds, killing a large number of them, including several field commanders and destroying their military hardware in large scale.
The sources went on to say that the terrorist groups are disunited and on the verge of collapse after their failed attacks on the army in Dara’a.
In the meantime, several terrorist groups in Northern Dara’a have set up an operation room to face possible operation of the army in the region.
The Syrian army continued it military operations against Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) in Dara’a province, killing tens of terrorists, including several senior commanders.
The social media affiliated to the terrorist groups reported on Sunday that at least 26 Al-Nusra Front militants were killed in an unsuccessful attack on government forces’ positions in al-Manshiyeh region in Dara’a province over the past 24 hours.
Three senior Al-Nusra Front commanders, Wassim Youness Salaj al-Moslemeh, Hassan Sabahi nom de guerre Aba Zayd and Mahmoud Hamed al-Za’abi were among the Al-Nusra casualties.
Meantime, another convoy of the Syrian army forces arrived in Dara’a province along with a large cargo of weapons and military equipment.
The fresh forces joined their comrades on Wednesday as the Syrian army had earlier dispatched two other convoys of soldiers to Dara’a.
Hundreds of Syrian forces and a large batch of military supplies were sent to Dara’a province as it seems that pro-government forces were preparing to start a new anti-terrorism operation in the region.