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Syrian Army Deploys 2km Away from Dara’a Border with Jordan

The Syrian Army troops continued their advances against terrorists in Eastern Dara’a, deploying forces only 2km away from a Jordanian border town on Sunday.

The army men advanced against terrorists in the depth of militant-held regions and captured al-Zomayr Battalion Base in Eastern Dara’a.

Other units of the army managed to cut off terrorists’ supply lines between Eastern and Western Dara’a, gaining control over al-Zamitiyeh heights.

The army men have now deployed forces only 2km away from Jordan’s al-Ramtha border town, a field source reported.

The army men are inching closer to the terrorists’ stronghold towns of Seida and al-Na’eimeh in Eastern Dara’a, the sources added.

Relevant reports said earlier today that the terrorist commanders, deployed in Dara’a province, accused each other of betrayal after the army men kept rolling on militant centers in different flanks in the Southern province of Dara’a.

The commanders are accusing each others of fleeing battlefield, handing over their region to the army and lack of control over operation rooms.

In the meantime, local sources said that terrorist front is on the verge of full collapse following the current differences among militants, adding that the terrorists are unable to continue the battle due to chaos.

Meanwhile, media activists have embarked on releasing an audio file of Abu Omar al-Zaroub, one of the commanders of terrorists in Dara’a, as he poses life threats to those militants that intend to end battle with the army.

The army has been advancing in different flanks in Dara’a, inching closer to key Nasib border-crossing at Jordan borderline.

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