Syria in Last 24 Hours: Terrorists Exhume Graves in Yarmouk to Find Corpses of Israeli Soldiers

The data was added on , 28 May 2018 read 207 times.

Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) terrorists had exhumed the graves in Yarmouk camp in Damascus at Tel Aviv’s order to find corpses of Israeli soldiers, media reports said.

Terrorist groups in Yarmouk refugee camp dug up the graves in the region to find corpses of Israeli soldiers, the Arabic-language al-Mayadeen news channel quoted Vice Secretary-General of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Tallal al-Naji as saying on Sunday.

Al-Naji said the terrorists’ attempt reveals cooperation between militants and Tel Aviv in Syria.

He added that the order was issued by the Israeli command center to transfer their corpses to Israel.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.

Damascus

Terrorist groups in Yarmouk refugee camp dug up the graves in the region to find corpses of Israeli soldiers, media reports said, revealing cooperation between militants and Tel Aviv in Syria.

The Arabic-language al-Mayadeen news channel quoted Vice Secretary-General of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Tallal al-Naji as saying on Sunday that the ISIL, al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) terrorists had exhumed the graves in Yarmouk camp at Tel Aviv’s order to find corpses of Israeli soldiers.

He added that the order was issued by the Israeli command center to transfer their corpses to Israel.

A number of Israeli soldiers were killed during the 1982 war in Sultan Yaqoub region in Lebanon whose corpses were transferred and buried in the old graveyard of Yarmouk camp.

The Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon took place after Israel invaded Lebanon during the 1982 Lebanon War.

On May 25, 2000, the Israeli army withdrew from territory in Southern Lebanon, marking the end of the South Lebanon conflict. The withdrawal was mostly because of the resistance group Hezbollah, led by Seyed Hassan Nasrallah, and is celebrated as an important day in the history of Lebanon.

Dara’a-Quneitra

Terrorist groups in the Southern provinces of Dara’a and Quneitra formed a new coalition on Sunday amid the Syrian Army’s preparedness to launch an imminent large-scale operation to end militancy in the Southern part of the country.

The army dispatched a large number of fresh forces and a large volume of military hardware to Dara’a city and its countryside and Quneitra province in recent days as a prelude for kicking off an imminent operation against the terrorist groups in Southern Syria.

In the meantime, the army issued last warnings to the terrorists, calling on them to lay down arms and join reconciliation plan.

Field sources, meantime, reported that several terrorist groups, including Ahrar al-Nowa, Shahid Jamil Abu al-Zein, al-Maqawir al-Khasa and Abna al-Joulan embarked on forming a new coalition named Jeisha al-Anqaz to face the army’s upcoming operation.

Hasaka

Civilians in the Northeastern province of Hasaka called on the Syrian Army on Sunday to support them as tensions have gone high between the locals and the US-backed Kurdish militias in the region.

People in Qariwan neighborhood in Hasaka city took to the streets and opposed the Kurdish militias’ forced recruitment. Protesters cut off roads connecting Qariwan to al-Nashwa neighborhood to prevent the Kurds from entering their region.

Sources said that popular uprising has spread in several neighborhoods, including al-Nashwa al-Qarbiyeh next to Qariwan, adding that people have called on the army to interfere and support them against the Kurdish militias.

The Kurdish militias’ measure, mainly forced recruiting of young men in Hasaka, has angered people.

The sources went on to say that the Kurdish militias arrested 30 civilians in al-Saad Camp in Southern Hasaka after the refugees embarked on filming the Kurds’ mistreatment of the refugees.

Aleppo

People in the town of al-Bab in Eastern Aleppo engaged again in fierce clashes with a terrorist group affiliated to the Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) on Sunday, imposing heavy casualties on both sides.

A number of people in al-Bab exchanged fire with the FSA-affiliated Sultan Murat Group that left a number of casualties on both sides.

In the meantime, field sources reported that the reason behind the fresh clashes has not been specified so far.

The last case of infighting between al-Bab residents and Ankara forces broke out 20 days ago.

Comments

No comments yet.

Top of page