Hawks of the South
|Hawks of the South|
Tahalaf Suqour al-Janoub
Participant in the Syrian Civil War
|Active||27 December 2014 - ? (inactive)|
|Leaders||Col. Mohammed Khaled al-Duhni|
|Area of operations||Daraa Governorate|
Free Syrian Army|
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 to strengthen the Southern Front. The coalition operated in eastern Daraa Governorate. According to the colonel, the Falcons of the South was the biggest rebel group operating in Daraa Governorate in regard to arms and fighters.
Former member groups
- "4 rebel groups form military alliance in Daraa". Zaman Alwsl. Retrieved 8 January 2015.
- "The Moderate Rebels: A Growing List of Vetted Groups Fielding BGM-71 TOW Anti-Tank Guided Missiles". Retrieved 19 October 2015.
- Ahmad. ""تحالف صقور الجنوب" .. توحد جديد في درعا". Retrieved 19 January 2015.
- "العقيد "الدهني" تشكيل تحالف "صقور الجنوب" خطوة نحو توحيد فصائل حوران". العاصمة ديلي نيوز. Retrieved 19 January 2015.
Part of the Arab Spring