A violent explosion was heard in the vicinity of Briqa village in the countryside of Quneitra, it was caused by a car bomb explosion near a checkpoint of the factions operating in the area, which killed a fighter at least at the checkpoint, in addition to injuring others, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, raising to 11, the number of people who were killed due to assassinations carried out in Daraa province, since regime forces dropped leaflets calling for “reconciliation, leaving weapons and cooperation to stop the bloodshed” on the 25th of May 2018.
And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the inability of the factions controlling the area to control the security situation and prevent the incidents from recurring, where the unknown gunmen carry out kidnappings, murders, shootings and planting IEDs on the roads civilian and military cars and vehicles, also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on the 25th of May 2018 monitored helicopters flying over Daraa province, dropping leaflets as a warning to the rebel and Islamic factions operating in the province, there were two versions of the leaflets, and they say:
“Don’t be like these, this is the inevitable end, for anyone who insists on keep carrying the guns, the ensure of your life is an irreplaceable opportunity, don’t lose it with your stubbornness, drop your weapon and leave before it’s too late” and the other leaflets say: “your life and the fate of your children are more important than your stubbornness, hey gunman, for whom you are gambling with your life?! Why don’t you live with your family and your children like others?! Where are they those who pushed you to die, those who made the career of murder, sabotage, and destruction a beautiful career in your eyes?! All of them have abandoned you and went for the death, you have two choices, either the inevitable death or abandoning the weapon, the men of the Syrian Arab Army are coming, make your decision before it is too late.”
Dropping these leaflets came with a Russian push and supervision, and comes in an attempt to achieve a “reconciliation” in Daraa province, or to turn after that to the option of military operation, of which the regime forces and their allies and with the Russian support; have started preparing for, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the regime forces bringing military reinforcements with their allies to the area, where tens of vehicles and hundreds of members have been transported to Daraa province in the Syrian south, in addition to the vehicles and members who have returned from the confrontation with the “Islamic State” organization in south Damascus.