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Terrorist israel’s Rabid Dog Qatar Regime Orders Ouster of Ahrar Al-Sham’s Chief Commander

29 October 2015 10:29



Qatar has ordered the members of the leadership council of Ahrar al-Sham to expel the militant group’s military commander after the change in the balance of power in favor of the Syrian government that took place in the aftermath of Russian airstrikes, media reports said.

“Ahrar al-Sham’s senior commander Abu Saleh al-Tahan will be ousted at the order of the Qatari government, the Arabic-language Al-Safir newspaper quoted an informed source close to Ahrar al-Sham as saying on Wednesday.

The source reiterated that the differences among Ahrar al-Sham’s senior commanders have intensified while he did not mention the reason for Qatar’s decision to order the change in Ahrar al-Sham’s top ranks.

The decision by Qatar to bring about changes in Ahrar al-Sham’s leadership came after the radical commanders of Ahrar al-Sham refrained to comply with Qatari Foreign Minister Khaled al-Attiyah who had warned that Ahrar al-Sham should not form a coalition with Al-Qaeda and set up a joint operation room with Al-Nusra Front, an Al-Qaeda offshoot, the paper wrote.

The decision by Qatar came after sources close to Ahrar al-Sham earlier this month disclosed that Turkey had ordered the Takfiri terrorist group to join the Al-Nusra Front as militants’ conditions are deteriorating in Syria.

“Over 200 Ahrar al-Sham terrorists have joined Al-Nusra Front in the past three days, but only 13 of them have acknowledged,” the Arabic-language Al-Watan newspaper quoted an Ahrar al-Sham source as saying.

The terrorist groups in Idlib province are currently joining Al-Nusra Front due to the extensive support rendered to the terrorist group by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey.

The Turkish government had ordered the groups known as Fath Idlib (Conquer of Idlib) to express allegiance to Al-Nusra Front.

The Turkish government’s order to the terrorist groups in Idlib came after they Russian airstrikes inflicted heavy losses on them.

Local sources in Idlib province said that a large number of the militants have flocked to Jisr al-Shughour to leave the Syrian territories and go to Turkey to save their lives after sustaining heavy casualties in the Russian airstrikes since September 30.

The sources said that scores of militants in border province of Idlib have chosen Jisr al-Shughour as one of the nearest paths towards the Turkish territories, and try to leave Syria as soon as possible to save their lives from the Russian air attacks.

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