Report: Rift Widens among Ahrar al-Sham Terrorist Leaders in Idlib
The ISIL suicide attack that has taken a heavy toll among Ahrar al-Sham commanders has made the rival militant group face a leadership crisis and even stop its military operations in Sahl al-Qab region of Idlib, the Arabic-language Al-Araby al-Jadeed news website reported.
Abu Abdul Rahman Jobas, Mohammad al-Mohammad and Ahmad al-Sharif were among Ahrar al-Sham leaders who were killed in the ISIL’s suicide attack in Idlib countryside.
Meantime, other reports said infighting has also intensified among the Takfiri terrorist groups over their warring strategy in Aleppo province after their recent defeats in the war with the Syrian army.
The bloody clashes erupted between the ISIL and Ahrar al-Sham Takfiri terrorist groups in the Northern parts of Aleppo countryside.
The infighting erupted after the ISIL had attacked the headquarters of Ahrar al-Sham in Idlib countryside with two bomb-laden vehicles.