Terrorists in Southern Syria in Panic over Army’s Imminent Operations
Four terrorists were killed and a number of others were wounded after a bomb was detonated in a car carrying Jeish al-Ababil Hourn-Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants near the strongholds of Ansar al-Islam Front, affiliated to the FSA, in the village of all-Bariqeh in Quneitra.
Local sources in Quneitra reported that the Syrian army’s dispatch of forces and equipment to the region has started fear and horror among the terrorists, adding that they accuse each other of betrayal and attempt to flee to the army-led areas to receive amnesty from the Syrian government.
A number of FSA forces have surrendered themselves to the Syrian army forces in the past week.
Meantime, the Syrian observatory for human rights reported that 13 people have been killed during assassination operations in Dara’a after increased tensions and insecurities in Southern Syria and the Syrian government’s May 25 ultimatum to the militants to leave the region.
The Syrian army sent more troops and military equipment to Quneitra province on Wednesday to pave the ground for an imminent anti-terrorism operations in the Southern part of the country.
The army dispatched a large number of forces of the Fourth Division and President Guard Force along with a large volume of military equipment to Hadhar region in Quneitra.
The army is preparing to launch a large-scale operation in Southern Syria if reconciliation talks with militants fail.
The army’s operation is expected to be launched in Northern Quneitra and later continues in Dara’a province.
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.