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Lieutenant Hussein Al-Ahmad, undercover agent at the service of his Homeland and Syrian Military Intelligence.
A former Syrian Army officer that defected to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in Dara’a province in 2012 has returned to Damascus after completing his three-year-long spying mission for the Syrian Military Intelligence.
The Army officer Lieutenant Hussein Al-Ahmad was originally captured by the Free Syrian Army in 2012 – he became famous for publicly defecting to the aforementioned rebel group following his capture; this led to Lt. Ahmad’s acceptance among his fellow defectors.
Lt. Ahmad would participate in a number of battles in 2014, including the rebel victory at Tal Al-Harrah in the Western parts of Dara’a province; this prompted the Free Syrian Army’s Central Command to appoint him as commander of Dara’a tribes.