Photos: Two prominent Syrian rebel leaders assassinated in Daraa by unknown assailants

Opposition media sources confirmed that two of the most prominent leaders of the Syrian opposition in the city of Daraa were killed in southern Syria.
The reports claimed that – Sunday – unknown gunmen opened fire on one of the cars on the outskirts of Saida in western Daraa province.
The rebel faction of “Yarmouk Army” mourned the killing of the commander Abdul Rahman al-Mahamid, serving as the military commander in the Bara bin Malik brigade.

Fadi al-Ba’ouni, the military commander of ‘Mohammed bin Abdullah’ brigade, was also killed.

Recently, Daraa province has witnessed unrest situation in several areas, as many “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) were either assassinated by unidentified militants or roadside bombs.


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