Infighting Intensifies between Rival Terrorist Groups in Northern Syria
The ISIL terrorists stormed the military positions of the al-Shamia Front in the town of Ma’re in the Northern part of Aleppo province.
Tens of militants from both sides were killed and dozens more were wounded in fierce clashes in Ma’re town.
Fierce clashes, which have taken place among the rival terrorist groups in Aleppo province in the recent months, prove the widening rift between the terrorists after the Syrian army’s advance in more militant-held territories and after a recent ceasefire between the government troops and armed opposition factions that excludes the Al-Nusra Front, ISIL and Jeish Al-Islam.
Late in November, heavy fighting erupted between two rival Takfiri terrorist groups in Idlib province, leaving casualties on both sides.
A large group of terrorists were killed in exchange of fire between al-Nusra Front and Ahrar al-Sham terrorist groups in al-Rami village in Idlib countryside.