Jund Al-Aqsa Abducts Over 100 Rival Ajnad al-Sham Terrorist Rivals in Hama Province
At least 100 Ajnad al-Sham terrorists have been kidnapped by Jund al-Aqsa in Kafr Zita after several hours of clashes between the two rival terrorist groups, the Arabic-language media outlets reported.
The Ajnad al-Sham terrorists’ military hardware also sustained heavy losses in Jund al-Aqsa’s attacks on their military positions.
Jund al-Aqsa also launched several fierce attacks on the groups supported by the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in Hamamiyat and Tayebeh al-Imam and captured several of their military bases.
A source close to the terrorist groups declared that Jund al-Aqsa is trying to form a government like the ISIL and al-Nusra Front (recently renamed to Fatah al-Sham).
In a relevant development on Thursday, Field sources in Northern Hama reported that the terrorist groups stationed in the region have engaged in fierce infighting, resorting to armed clashes.
According to the sources, Jund al-Aqsa terrorists attacked the Free Syrian Army bases in the Northern parts of Kafr Zita city and detained a number of its members.
Also, the terrorist group launched offensive against Jibhat al-Hamamiyat militants, detaining all its members and seizing all their weapons.
Jund al-Aqsa militants also set up outposts in Khan Sheikhoun-Rakaya road and they are on alert now, the sources said.
Jund al-Aqsa militants also took control of Jeish al-Nasr’s positions in Kafr Zita in Northern Hama and deployed its forces in the region, detaining several members of Jeish al-Nasr and seizing their weapons and equipment.
Sources close to the terrorists said that the situation in Hama is worrying and Jeish al-Nasr has evacuated its forces from Taybat al-Imam city.
Certain sources affiliated to Liwa al-Aqsa- Jund al-Aqsa branch – also said that a number of Ahrar al-Sham and Heyat al-Tahrir al-Sham have been sent to the countryside of Hama city to fight against Jund al-Aqsa.
In a relevant development in Idlib on Wednesday, the al-Nusra Front (recently renamed to Fatah al-Sham Front) engaged in a fresh round of clashes with Ahrar al-Sham and other Turkey-backed terrorist groups, widening gaps amongst rival terrorists in Northwestern Syria.
A group of terrorists affiliated to the newly-formed Ahrar al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board) entered a government hospital in the town of Ma’arat al-Nu’aman in Idlib province, using force, and took several guards of the medical center that were members of Ahrar al-Sham hostages.
Media sources affiliated to terrorist groups said that fighters of Ahrar al-Sham Hay’at arrested Ahrar’s guards of the hospital on charges of assassinating the board’s forces.
Later, al-Nusra and Faylaq al-Sham agreed to exclude the hospital in Ma’arat al-Nu’aman from their differences and set up their military centers far away from the medical center, allowing Nusra forces to guard the hospital.
Meantime, after Jeish al-Sonah joined the al-Nusra, Ahrar al-Sham and Soqour al-Sham battalions launched heavy attacks on Jeish al-Sonah’s positions in the village of Tarmla in the Southeastern countryside of Idlib and seized most of their positions and arms depots, forcing them to leave the village.