Nearly a dozen fighters from Jabhat Al-Nusra and the Syrian Revolutionaries Front (SRF) were transported to a hospital in the Israeli city of Nahariyya after being wounded in the Al-Quneitra Governorate of Syria. According to a military source, Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) fighters intercepted a correspondence between contingents from the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) that were assisting the wounded Syrian Opposition fighters to the hospital; this message was forwarded to Syrian Arab Army’s military intelligence.

The civilian-led National Defense Forces (NDF) repulsed Jabhat Al-Nusra’s attempt to infiltrate their positions at the Al-Quneitra Scientific Research Building, killing over 10 militants during the intense clashes. Identified among the dead militants were two foreign fighters with documents from Saudi Arabia and Jordan: “Abu ‘Anas Al-Sa’oudi” and “Abu Khaled Al-‘Urdani”.

At Khan Al-‘Arnabi, 7 militants from the SRF were killed during a brief battle with the Syrian Arab Army’s 7th Division. Nearby Khan Al-‘Arnabi, the SAA’s 7th Division, backed by the NDF, advanced past the village cemetery at Al-Hamidiyyi, killing scores of militants in the process. The 7th Division reached an SRF weapons depot, where they forced the entrenched militants to retreat further west; the SAA confiscated a large cache of weapons and ammunition as a result.

SRF militants identified at Al-Hamidiyyi:

1. ‘Umar Al-‘Aqaal
2. Jamaal Al-Hussein
3. ‘Abeeda Al-Belhoussi (field commander of Jabhat Al-Nusra)
4. Abu Zayd Yousif
5. Mahmoud Khaleefa Al-Bakhi
6. Abu Mohammad Al-Shara’abi
7. Ri’ad Haza’a Al-Khalidi (field commander of the SRF’s “Liwaa 72”)
8. Firaas Khalif Al-Muslimiyya
9. Mohammad Farouq Al-Masri
10. Ahmad Al-Milhem
11. Muhammad Al-‘Ali
12. Badr Al-‘Umar
13. Ma’taz Al-Tahaan

NDF killed at Al-Hamidiyyi:

1. Nouress Al-Khaled
2. Ahmad Ameen Al-Hajj
3. Fouad Jareeda
4. Yaman Al-Khabi
5. ‘Umar Jareeda
6. Rabiya’ Al-Sakaawi
7. ‘Umar Hajoozi

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