Car Bomb Kills Senior Terrorist Commander in Southern Syria



Abu Hamzah Qadiyah, a notorious Jordanian field commander of Tahrir al-Sham, was killed after a bomb-laden vehicle went off in front of the terrorist group’s checkpoint in Eastern Dara’a, local sources reported on Tuesday.

The sources said that a bomb car went off in front of al-Roba’ei checkpoint in Eastern Dara’a, killing 10 terrorists and wounding 20 more.

The members of Tahrir al-Sham and the Free Syrian Army were deployed in al-Roba’ei checkpoint, the sources said, adding that Abu Hamza Qadiyah, a Jordanian field commander of Tahrir al-Sham in Southern Syria together with four of his bodyguards were among the killed terrorists.

Dissident-affiliated websites disclosed last week that Commander of Shabab al-Sunna Nasim Abu Arah was assassinated by unknown attackers in front of a checkpoint in Northern Dara’a.

The websites further said that Shabab al-Sunna terrorists later accused Jeish al-Thowra rival terrorists of the attack and engaged in heavy fighting with them.

Shabab al-Sunna and Jeish al-Thowra clashed with each other last week after the latter group’s commander was assassinated.

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