Terrorists' Saudi Commander Killed in Clashes with Syrian Army in Dara'a
TEHRAN - A senior field commander of Al-Nusra Front (recently renamed to Fatah al-Sham Front) was killed in clashes with Syrian Army troops in the Southern districts of the city of Dara'a.
The army soldiers stormed Al-Nusra's positions and gatherings in Dara'a al-Balad district, killing and wounding a number of terrorists, including Mohammad al-Faraj, a field commander of Al-Nusra from Saudi Arabia.
In relevant developments in the province on Thursday, the army units clashed with a group affiliated to Al-Nusra terrorists who sought to occupy a residential complex in al-Manshiyeh district and warded off their offensive.
A military source said that during the operations codenamed 'Almot Wa La al-Mazellah (Death and Not Humiliation)', the Syrian troops killed over 45 terrorists, including several commanders.