A senior member of the Syrian Arab National Guard militia was killed in a drone strike carried out on Friday in Quneitra in southern Syria, in which three other terrorists were killed.
According to media reports affiliated with the Syrian opposition, Mohammed al-Tamer, who was killed in an attack attributed to Israel, acted as a commander in Hezbollah's Golan unit.
The bombings in the Quneitra area (archive), photo: AP.
According to an announcement by the militia, which belongs to the axis of the Assad regime and Hezbollah, al-Tamer was killed while operating against Israel. "The commander was the son of the Syrian Arab Golan and was born in 1983. Mohammed al-Tamer contributed to the establishment of the Arab National Guard and fought the Zionist project."
The Syrian opposition reported that four people were killed in the alleged Israeli strike, in which a civilian vehicle carrying all four terrorists was bombed in the town of al-Baath.
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