Heavy Infighting Rages among Terrorists in Southern Aleppo
According to the sources, differences have increased among the terrorist groups affiliated to Jeish al-Fatah, Jeish al-Mojahedeen and Jeish al-Hor in Southern Aleppo while they accuse each other of betrayal.
“The reason behind their intensified differences is that certain groups affiliated to Jeish al-Hor left their comrades in Jeish al-Fatah during the clashes with the Syrian army and popular forces and fled the battleground,” they added.
Infighting has increased among rival terrorist groups after they came under the Syrian army siege and lost vast parts of Southern Aleppo to government forces. The infightings started last month after the ISIL terrorist group engaged in heavy fighting with its rivals from al-Shamiyeh Front and Jeish al-Tahrir in the Northern territories of Aleppo province.
The ISIL stormed the defense lines of Jeish al-Tahrir and al-Shamiyeh Front near al-Rai and recaptured the town.
Both sides suffered a heavy death toll in the clashes.
Also in August, the terrorists of Nouralddeen al-Zinki Movement were forced to retreat from a strategic region in Northern Aleppo city after they had fierce clashes with other rival terrorists groups
The Nouralddeen al-Zinki terrorists withdrew from al-Malaah-Castillo road in the Northern part of Aleppo city.
The terrorists’ retreat came after they sustained heavy losses and casualties in clashes with rival terrorist groups, including Fatah al-Sham (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as al-Nusra Front) and their heavy defeats by the Syrian army.