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Syrian Army Foils Terrorist Operations in Quneitra, Controls Dabaa


The Syrian Army frustrated an attempt by terrorists to take control over Quneitra crossing in occupied Golan, Syrian News Agency SANA reported on Thursday.

The Syrian official news agency, quoted an official source as saying that military units left large numbers of casualties in the ranks of militants, and traced the rest in Al-Qahtaniyah village.

For his part, the UN spokesman said that two peacekeepers, from India and the Philippines, suffered “minor injuries” in shelling in Golan. However, he did not specify the part behind the attack, and whether it was related to the clashes between the Syrian Army and armed groups in the region.

In another context, the Syrian Army recaptured Thursday night Al-Dabaa town, close to North of Al-Qusayr, and cleansed it from terrorists.In parallel, SANA reported that the Syrian Army left large numbers of casualties in the ranks of armed groups in several operations in Hujaira, Saqba, Adra, and Nabak in Damascus countryside, and indicated that among the casualties were foreign fighters who fought with the armed groups in Syria.

The Syrian Army also traced militants in Al-Harak and Western Al-Maleeha in Daraa countryside, and left casualties in the ranks, and among the casualties was leader of the so-called “Eastern Al-Maleeha Martyrs”, Nizar Mohammad Abdul Razzaq Al-Haraki.

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