Top Al-Nusra Front Commander Killed in Roadside Bomb Blast in Syria’s Dara’a
One of the notorious field commanders of Fatah al-Sham Front (formerly al-Nusra Front) was killed in a roadside bomb explosion in Eastern Dara'a.
Fatah al-Sham's commander, Samih al-Mohaeimid, and his accompanying militants were killed in the explosion of a bomb on a road connecting the towns of al-Na'eimeh to Um al-Mayadhin.
Elsewhere, army troops engaged in fierce clashes with the terrorists along a way from Ibtta to Dael in Northern Dara'a, leaving at least 12 militants dead.
Two military vehicles and a missile launchpad of Fatah al-Sham were also destroyed by the Syrian army in the Western side of Um al-Mayadhin and al-Na'eimeh.
Reports said on Saturday that a command-and-control center of Fatah al-Sham Front in the Southern neighborhoods of Dara'a city in Southern Syria was destroyed in an army offensive.
Syrian army soldiers struck Fatah al-Sham's command center in the neighborhood of Suweidan in the district of Dara'a al-Balad, destroying the entire center and killing a number of militants.
In the meantime, Fatah al-Sham's bases, military vehicles and large trucks came under attack by the Syrian armed forces in the neighborhoods of al-Hamadeen, al-Arba'een, meteorology building, South of al-Mesri square, West of old the costumes department, al-Abasiyeh furnace and East of Katakit building in Dara'a al-Balad; FNA reported.
Source: Al Alam