Yesterday, a Druze milita known as “Jaysh Al-Mu’wahhidine (“Army of the Monotheists”), ambushed a large rebel convoy made-up of members belonging to Jabhat Al-Nusra and the  Syrian Revolutionary Forces in Rif Quneitra. The ambush was perfectly executed by the militiamen, as the rebel fighters were unable to counter the attack.

According to a source, the ambush took place near Tal Masahra in the Al-Quneitra countryside. The militiamen killed 52 militants and wounded 30 more.

Here are the list of the killed-in-action:

1. Jadawi Ghazi Al-‘Issa (Nusra)
2. ‘Ammar Al-Hussein Al-Maliki (Leader of Nusra)
3. ‘Alaa’ Mohammad Al-Sayaahi (Nusra)
4. Shadi Mohammad Al-Shabli (Nusra)
5. Khalid Farouq Al-Rafa’ay (Nusra)
6. Mohammad Khayr Al-Faqeel – (SFR)
7. Teiseer Mohammad Al-Salakhdi (Nusra)
8. Qassam Suleiman Al-Qassam Al-Hariri (Nusra)
9. Mohammad Al-Houri “Abu Qassim” (Nusra)
10. Badr Nour-al-Dine Suleiman – Naba’ Al-Sakhar (SRF)
11. Abu Ghadeir Al-Nasari (Nusra)
12. Mohammad Walid Abu Salawa’ (Nusra)
13. Walid Kamal Al-Farroun (Nusra)
14. Raghab Mohammad Kalash (SRF)
15. ‘Alaa’ Radhwan Mustafa (Nusra)
16. Hussam Nayab Al-Khattib (SRF)
17. Khalil Al-Mahassoun – (Nusra)
18. Abu Nasir Al-Mahajar – (Nusra)
19. Namaam Yasseen Al-Jabawi (Nusra)
20. Rami Sa’ayafan Abu Mashani Al-Kaswani (Nusra)
21. Abdullah Hussein Al-Qadri (Nusra)
22. Abu Mohammad Al-Mahajar (Nusra)
23. Abu Radhwan Al-Jazrawi (Nusra)
24. Yazan Al-Nassar Arif (SRF)
25. Khalil Abu Mohammad Qaneed (Ahrar Al-Sham)
26. “Abu Rayan” (Ahrar Al-Sham)
27. “Abu Al-Mashani ” (Ahrar Al-Sham)
28. Malek Hussein Al-Jassim (SRF)
29. Rasheed ‘Ahmad Al-Masari (SRF)
30. Jihad Tarka Al-Hussein “Abu Khlid” (Al-Azzam Awil Manashiq)
31. Mohammad Fayaz Al-Nimr (SRF)
32. Mohammad ‘Aramoush (SRF)
33. Tamam Yasseen Al-Jabawi (Nusra)
34. Rakan Khalid Al-Karaya Al-Na’aymi (SRF)
35. Suleiman Al-Jafal (Nusra)
36. Yousif Talib Jabawi (Nusra)
37. Hussam Al-Sayyouf Abu Mustafa (SRF)
38. Mohammad Za’al ‘Aloush (SRF)
39. Khalid Ghazi Al-Akoud (SRF)
40. Ta’ama Al-‘Aqli (Abu Nazal) (Nusra)
41. ‘Alaa’ Abdul-Majid ‘Abeed (Nusra)
42. ‘Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Fashtaki (Nusra)
43. Mohannad Taraad (Nusra)
44. Abdul-Salaam Saleh (Nusra)
45. ‘Ayssar ‘Abdullah Al-Rafa’ay (SRF)
46. Mohammad Sabeeh Al-Reef (SRF)
47. ‘Adhaam Al-Khalif (SRF)
48. ‘Abdullah Al-Maza’al (SRF)
49. ‘Alaa Maza’al “Abu Zahra” (SRF)
50. Ayad Al-Nameeri Al-Marwan (SRF)
51. Mohammad ‘Abdullah “Abu Hashish” (Council of Dara’a – ‘Ahrar Al-Sham affiliate)
52. Ibrahim Saleh Sadqa (Council of Dara’a)

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Another 11 militants were killed today near the Israeli border crossing. All of the militants were members of Jabhat Al-Nusra and they were all foreigners with unconfirmed identities:

1. “Abu ‘Adi Al-Urdani” (Jordanian)
2. “Abu Malek Al-Leebi” (Libyan)
3. “Abu ‘Alaa’ Al-Tunisi” (Tunisian)
4. “Abu Mohammad Al-Urdani” (Jordanian)
5. “Abu Hassan Al-Leebi” (Libyan)
6. “Al-Leith Al-Maghrabi” (“The lion of Morocco”)
7. “Abu Jawad Al-Leebi” (Libyan)
8. “Abu Al-Hassan Al-Maghrabi” (Moroccan)
9. “Abu Mataa’ Al-Falastini” (Palestinian)
10. “Abu Al-Hitham Al-Urdani” (Jordanian)
11. “Abu Al-Malahab Al-Leebi ” (Libyan)


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