Hundreds of Tunisian nationals are receiving military trainings in Syria by Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups, independent sources said.
The sources said around 2,000 Tunisian militants most of them aged under 30 are present in terrorist bases throughout Syria.
In the last 24 hours, the Syrian air force gave a 10-hour deadline to the militants in Daraa province to leave the region.
The air force has warned that it will bombard the militants' positions in case they continue staying there.
Meantime, the Syrian Army stormed militants' strongholds in the countryside of Lattakia, killing large numbers of militants, including several non-Syrians, and wounding several others.
Syrian forces targeted gatherings for rebels in the villages of Mashtal Kikha, Marj Khoukheh and Wadi Azraq in the Northern countryside of Lattakia, leaving many terrorists dead, including non-Syrian perpetrators.
Syrian soldiers also targeted foreign-backed militiamen's dens in al-Rawdeh, al-Khadraa, al-Dubleh, al-Shajara, al-Sakhra and Kassab, which left too many militants, including foreigners, killed.
A long convoy of militants' vehicles loaded with automatic guns and ammunitions was also exploded by the Syrian soldiers in the battlefields around Lattakia.
Syrian Army thwarted the repeated attempts made by anti-government groups to infiltrate into its strongholds in Daraa countryside, killing and wounding many rebels in the battlefield.
Military sources said that the Syrian soldiers thwarted militants' attempts to infiltrate into a military post in the vicinity of Enkhel town in Daraa countryside and took control over a number of buildings after killing a large number of foreign-backed militants.
Meantime, Syrian troops stormed militants' gatherings in Tall-e Mutawek and al-Na'mieh in Daraa countryside and al-Thbatieh Square in Daraa al-Balad, which resulted in the killing and wounding of too many militants.
Scores of militiamen were killed and injured in Army's operations in the North of al-Ghariyeh village, Kherbet Bwarit- al-Sanamin and in the surrounding of al-Jessri in al-Lajat.
Elsewhere, Syrian Armed Forces, in a series of operations, targeted militants' remaining hideouts and positions in Aleppo's outskirts, killing and wounding so many anti-government fighters.
A military source said that the Syrian soldiers, who have upper-hand in Aleppo and its neighborhoods, stormed rebels and after killing too many militants took full control over al-Saif plant, Agriculture Directorate building, Sumer restaurant, al-Jubaileh station, MTN station, al-Rawan farm.
Syrian troops also attacked militants' dens in the vicinity of Kweres, Rasm al-Aboud, the industrial city, Handarat, al-Laeramoun, Khan al-Asal, Abtin, Mare' , Haritan, Hayan, Andan, M'aret al-Artik, Kafr Hamra, old Aleppo, Hanano, Journalists Association, Babis, al-Ewaijeh, al-Meslmieh, Tal Rif'at, al-Inzarat, Free Zone, al-Rashedeen and Harbil in Aleppo and its countryside, killing scores of foreign-backed terrorists in battlefronts.
Also, a long convoy of vehicles loaded with weapons and ammunitions, belonged to militant groups, was also targeted by the Syrian soldiers.
Meantime, Syrian militants shelled a tent being used for election campaign in Daraa province, killing more than 25 people.
At least 11 civilians, including a child, were among those killed in the attack in the al-Matar district of Daraa city on Thursday night, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Friday. About 30 people were also seriously wounded in the attack.