Saudi Mofti of Terrorist Groups Warns of Widening Rifts among Terrorists in Aleppo
“If my attempts to decrease differences among the coalition’s militant groups fail, and if the other members of Jeish al-Fatah coalition do not unite with Fatah al-Sham (the newly-forced al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) I will encourage young fighters to leave the coalition. I will also leave the militant groups alone,” al-Moheiseni underscored.
He further accused some members of Jeish al-Fatah coalition of seeking more relations with their foreign backers which as he said is the main barrier on the way of uniting coalition’s members.
Opposition sources confirmed on Sunday that differences among the terrorist groups forming Jeish al-Fatah coalition intensified and their coalition was almost on verge of collapse following their failures in Aleppo battlefields.
“Jeish al-Fatah’s violations of civilians’ rights in Aleppo and rogue decisions of the coalition’s commanders over war plans in Aleppo battlefields have weakened their unity significantly,” sources close to the Operation Room for Conquest of Aleppo said.
“The Operation Room, which once was the representative of at least 22 militant groups forming Jeish al-Fatah coalition, is on verge of collapse,” the sources added.
“The leaders of militant groups’ believe that field commanders of Jeish al-Fatah are some non-Syrian mercenaries who do not care Syrian commanders of the coalition and try to leave them alone behind military academy buildings to be killed by government forces,” they added.