Syrian Army Missile Units Destroy Terrorists’ Main Base in Northern Quneitra
In an attack Carried out by Syrian Army's missile units a main base of the terrorist groups in Northern Quneitra has been destroyed, killing several militants.
The Syrian missile units targeted terrorists' base in Tal al-Hamriyeh hilltop in Northern Quneitra, killing most of the militants inside the base.
In the meantime, most of the machineguns and other military hardware in the base were destroyed in the attack; FNA reported.
Battlefield sources disclosed last week that a large number of terrorists arrived in Syria's Quneitra province via border with Jordan.
"A large number of terrorists have joined their comrades in Quneitra province in Southern Syria via Jordan," a battlefield source said.
"Meantime, hundreds of militants have moved from Idlib to Jordan via Israel to join other rebels to restructure a new battalion that will be armed to the teeth and will operate under the command of a joint operation room with Israel".
The source said that the terrorists also took a large volume of arms and military equipment with themselves to Southern Syria.
"The terrorists are preparing for a massive attack on al-Saria al-Rabe'a region to enter al-Amal farms and are transferring military warfare to the Jabata al-Khashab region that hosts the terrorists' main base and their joint military operation room with Israel," he added.
The first mission of the new battalion will be striking at the Southernmost parts of Quneitra and Damascus province.
The terrorists' relocation and restructuring seems to be a move to open a new front along Syria's Southern borders to deflate pressure from other regions, specially Aleppo, Lattakia, Deir Ezzur and Quneitra.
Thousands of terrorists from Fatah Al-Sham (Nusra) Front regrouped and launched a massive attack on army positions in the Southwestern province of Quneitra last month, but were crushed even after they received strong air support from the Israeli air force.
At least two Israeli military planes and two choppers were downed by the Syrian army during the clashes in Quneitra last month.
Source: Al Alam