RNA - “The Southern parts of Syria, including Dara’a province and its surrounding areas have become scenes of resumed terrorist attacks on the Syrian Army’s military positions in line with coordinated efforts to make those regions insecure and stop the Syrian government peace initiative,” the Arabic-language Beirut-based al-Akhbar newspaper reported.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria.
The Syrian Army is preparing to cleanse the remnants of terrorists in Dara’a province in the Southern parts of the country as Washington and Tel Aviv are trying to make those areas insecure by resuming the activities of the terrorist groups there, the Arabic-language media outlets said.
The Arabic-language Beirut-based al-Akhbar newspaper reported that the Southern parts of Syria, including Dara’a province and its surrounding areas have become scenes of resumed terrorist attacks on the Syrian Army’s military positions in line with coordinated efforts to make those regions insecure and stop the Syrian government peace initiative.
The daily pointed to the reorganization of Jordan’s Mouk Operations Room terrorist groups along the border in Western Syria, and said intel has revealed that a foreign officer who recently worked with the terrorist groups in Southern Syria has been recalled to the operation room.
The Syrian security sources also pointed to the monitoring of the ISIL’s movements in Eastern Sweida, and said that the US Army has recently dispatched two trucks carrying weapons from al-Tanf region to ISIL terrorists deployed near Sweida via Sahra.
According to Fars News Agancy, the al-Akhbar, meantime, pointed to a connection between terrorists of Southern Syria with the foreign countries, including the US, Oman and the UAE, and said that Israel is benefiting the most from insecurities in Southern Syria and has helped the terrorists with the assassination of some officers of the Syrian Army in Southern Syria.
The daily also pointed to the meeting of Syrian-Russian commanders in Southern Syria, and said that the two sides will most probably conduct military and security operations to get rid of the remaining terrorists.
A pro-militant media outlet accused the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) of cooperation with ISIL commanders in North-Eastern Syria, saying that the Kurdish-majority militia group has helped an ISIL emir to become a major trader in Raqqa province.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that ISIL's most notorious commander in Raqqa has turned into the most influential trader in the province and in charge of development projects in Raqqa.
The SOHR noted that the ISIL emir has secured release of ISIL's jailed commanders to join him in carrying out reconstruction projects.
It noted that the ISIL emir had participated in attacking Ain al-Arab (Kobani) region, plundering of public properties and stealing over 200,000 tons of equipment from buildings destroyed in military operations by the US and its allied militants in Raqqa.
The SOHR said that the ISIL emir currently owns a large number of farms in al-Salehieh region.
It also said people have been enraged to see ISIL commanders and terrorists join the SDF in Eastern Euphrates, and have started protests against large-scale corruption in the region.