Field sources reported on Thursday that commander of Tahrir al-Sham terrorist group, Abu Omar al-Hourani, and two of his aides were killed in a roadside bomb blast as they were travelling on Abta’a-Jaeileh road in Western Dara’a.
They added that tensions and assassination have increased in territories which are still under the occupation of terrorists in Southern Syria, noting that rifts are widening among the militants on how to deal the Syrian government’s peace plan.
Recently, tens of militants and ordinary people have been killed in assassinations and bomb blasts in Dara’a by unknown assailants.
The Syrian army is preparing for military operations in Dara’a and Quneitra and has been sending military convoys to Southern Syria in recent weeks.
The Syrian army gave a last ultimatum to the terrorist groups in the Southern provinces of Dara’a and Quneitra on Wednesday to lay down arms and join the reconciliation plan.
The army gave a 48-hour-long ultimatum to the terrorists in Dara’a and Quneitra to join the peace plan in the region and surrender to the government forces.
In the meantime, local sources reported that commanders of terrorist groups have not accepted yet the Russian Reconciliation Centers’ call for peace talks, adding that a wave of disunity and defection has started in the terrorist front over the peace agreement.
The army has in recent day sent a large volume of military equipment and a large number of forces to prepare for an imminent large-scale operation in the region.