Robust Palestinian fighters reach Israeli borders with Syria for upcoming operation
The battle-hardened “Liwaa Al-Quds” Palestinian fighters have arrived in the bordering Syrian province of Al-Qunaitra, in order to deploy in the long-awaited military operation in southern Syria.
In a photo released on social media, four fighters were emerged standing with Al-Qunaitra governor “Humam Dubiyat” after arriving in the province.
The arrival of the brigade reinforcements comes days after more troops of the “Fourth Division” and “Republican Guard” arrived in Quneitra, especially in “Hadar” town to start a battle in the northern countryside of the province.
It also came a week after a survey conducted by the commander of the “Liwaa Al-Quds”, Mohammed al-Said, to several areas in the province of Quneitra and the border with Israel.
Reportedly, Mohammed al-Said was monitoring on all fronts in the vicinity of Hadar town, the “Al-Baa’th city” and Khan Arnaba, in addition to the Israeli points on the border.
Sources advised that the first operation of the “Liwaa Al-Quds” in the area would be to dominate the rebel-held Jubbata Al-Khashab enclave, then attack Al-Harah mountaintop in northwest Daraa.
Liwa al-Quds or the Jerusalem Brigade is a Palestinian militia (brigade) that operates as a part of pro-Syrian government forces in Syrian War. It was formed in 2013 by the engineer Muhammad al-Sa’eed.
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