A house used by Syrian militants as a command center in the town of Bosra in northern Syria has been leveled to the ground by the Syrian Army’s engineering units, killing all militants inside, including commanders.
A military source told Al Masdar News that a squad of the Army’s Special Forces “daringly infiltrated behind enemy lines, planted explosives under the targeted building to be later detonated”
The explosion was caught on camera and broadcasted by the state-run news agency SANA.
Recently, the Syrian government troops have conducted series of precise and selective operations against armed rebels in the southern province with no full-scale military offensive being practically launched.
The source added that such operations depend heavily on intelligence, with the sole aim to kill as many militants as possible while reducing the risk of casualties among Army soldiers almost to zero.
Two days ago, the Syrian Arab Army’s 5th Armored Division destroyed a building complex that housed jihadist fighters near the reconciled town of ‘Ibta in the Dara’a Governorate on Tuesday.