The Arabic-language website of Sputnik quoted a Syrian field source as saying that Tahrir al-Sham terrorists have evacuated the entire parts of Dara’a and moved to Queitra province in Southern Syria along with their military equipment.
He added that the development came after the Syrian army reached a peace agreement with other militant groups in Dara’a province.
Meantime, field sources reported that the Israeli army is protecting Tahrir al-Sham in the de-escalation zone after its withdrawal from Dara’a to Quneitra.
The Syrian army is now on the verge of full liberation of Dara’a province after extensive advances and agreement with militants to join the peace plan.
In a relevant development on Wednesday, Adham al-Akrad, the notorious commander of the terrorists in Dara’a province that was strictly opposing peace with the Damascus government, surrendered to the Syrian Army troops.
Adham al-Akrad, one of the most dogged field commanders of the Free Syrian Army and commander of the artillery regiment of the terrorist group in Southern Syria, handed over his weapon and surrendered to the Damascus forces.
Al-Akrad had once said if Moscow falls Dara’a will not fall.
Al-Akrad pointed to the rapid advances of the Syrian army in Dara’a province, saying that he had no way but resuming talks with the Damascus forces.
Gaps are still widening in the terrorist front and the terrorist commanders are accusing each others of betrayal after a large number of militants and their commanders decided to surrender to the army men in Dara’a province.