Hawks of the South

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Hawks of the South
صقور الجنوب
Tahalaf Suqour al-Janoub
Participant in the Syrian Civil War
Active 27 December 2014[1] - ? (inactive)[2]
Leaders Col. Mohammed Khaled al-Duhni[1]
Area of operations Daraa Governorate[1]
Size 5,000+
Part of Free Syrian Army
Southern Front[3]
Opponents Syrian Armed Forces
National Defense Force
Battles and wars Syrian Civil War

The Hawks of the South (Tahalaf Suqour al-Janoub) was a Free Syrian Army coalition that was active during the Syrian Civil War. It was created on 27 December 2014 by Colonel Mohammed Khaled al-Duhni[1] to strengthen the Southern Front. The coalition operated in eastern Daraa Governorate.[3] According to the colonel, the Falcons of the South was the biggest rebel group operating in Daraa Governorate in regard to arms and fighters.[1]

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