Media sources affiliated to the terrorist groups said that arrival of a huge number of army men and armored vehicles in Dara’a city has pushed the militants in different neighborhoods of the city into deep fear.
They added that the terrorists are worried about the army plan to recapture al-Manshiyeh neighborhood and Dara’a al-Balad district in the Southern part of Dara’a city.
According to a report on Monday, a long convoy of the Syrian Army vehicles from Damascus headed to the provincial capital of Dara’a province.
The army, supported by the air force, repelled an offensive launched by the al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) earlier this month, killing a large number of militants, including several commanders.
The Syrian soldiers repulsed the terrorists’ attacks against their positions in al-Manshiyeh and Sajneh in Dara’a city in Southern Syria after heavy clashes with the militants.
The clashes left a large number of terrorists dead and wounded and destroyed one of their tanks.
Several al-Nusra commanders, including Bilal Abu Zaid nom de guerre Abu Islam Da’el and Saudi national Abu Hashem al-Tabuki, as well as commander of Kata’eb al-Da’wa terrorist group Malik al-Amri and commander of Kata’eb Saif al-Haq named Mo’taz al-Nabwan were killed.
The Syrian fighter jets also pounded the terrorists’ positions and bases in Dara’a.