While the government troops and their allies are effectively mopping up militants in many a region in Syrian Al-Nusra terrorists have partially destroyed Zien El-Abidine Palace in Daraa province which dates back to the late 2nd century ad. The palace has been reportedly ransacked for its valuables.
The terrorists are sure to sell the removed cultural heritage of the Syrian nation on the global black market. ISIS used to make money on the side the same way.
Al-Nusra Western partners may have cut down the financial supply dramatically since the terrorists have to ransack ancient treasures to make for their living.