Iranian militias are crossing the “red lines” and are roaming in Daraa city and approaching Jordanian border
An image was circulated among media showing pro-Iranian militias while participating alongside regime’s forces in Southern Syria battles, despite US, Israeli and Jordanian warnings.
Activists in Southern Syria shared images showing members and leaders of Al-Baqir and Abu Fadl al-Abbas Brigades, Iran affiliated, during their participation in Mseifra military operations confirming that these militias did not acquiesce to previous threats of not approaching the Jordanian and occupied Golan borders for a distance not less than 40 kilometres.
On the other hand, activists from northern rural Daraa, reported that a huge explosion happened at the Iranian-controlled AlQam warehouses near Mahja town, likely to be hit by an Israeli air strike.
Residents reported the explosion occurred in warehouses number five and nine, located east of Mhaja bridge, controlled by Iranian militias and Lebanese Hezbollah militia, and these warehouses contain missiles and tank shells.
The United States, Jordan and Israel had earlier this year issued threats to the regime and Iranian militia not to approach the Jordanian and occupied Golan borders, while the threats were reduced after the regime’s and militia forces launched their military operations two weeks ago, especially after the United States withdrawal from the southern Syria de-escalation agreement, after warning the Free Syrian Army they should not expect military support if Russia and Assad regime break the agreement.