The Arabic website of Sputnik news agency quoted the source as saying on Thursday that the terrorists are plotting to launch attack against the Syrian army forces in all the three Southern provinces of Syria.
He added that a military force consisting of al-Nusra and FSA has been formed with 12,000 forces and a corridor between Israel and Jordan has been allocated to the transfer of heavy weapons to them.
The source said that the move is meant to pave the ground for establishing a state independent from Damascus with Dara’a as its capital, adding that it will be like Eastern Euphrates region in which the Syrian Democratic Forces are present under the US supervision.
He noted that the terrorists’ attacks against the army will be launched under the pretext of the latter’s violation of a deescalation agreement, and a likely resort to a false-flag chemical weapons use to justify the West’s new aggression.
The source said that intensified tensions have been underway in Wadi Nahr al-Yarmouk by the FSA, al-Nusra Front and the ISIL in recent weeks, adding that Russia has repeatedly informed the US and Jordan of the terrorists’ attacks against the Syrian army in Southern Syria but no measure has been adopted by Washington so far.
In a relevant development on Tuesday, the Syrian army aircraft threw thousands of leaflets over militant-held neighborhoods in Dara’ a city to inform civilians willing to leave the area to evacuate the region as terrorist groups ready to kick off an assault against the Damascus forces in the province.
The aircraft dropped thousands of leaflets over Dara’a city to inform civilians of safe corridors toward the regions that are under the army’s control.
In the meantime, field sources reported the terrorist groups’ preparedness to launch a heavy attack against the army in the province, adding that differences are on the rise among the militants over the attack on government forces.