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Tens of Terrorists in Idlib Demand Gov’t Amnesty to Return to Damascus

17 August 2017 17:10

 

Tens of terrorists who were transferred to Idlib upon a recent agreement with the government asked for receiving amnesty to return to Damascus.

Informed sources reported that tens of militants and a number of their family members who had left al-Zabadani and Madhaya in Damascus for Idlib almost three months ago after an agreement with the Syrian army, have demanded return to their previous residence in Damascus.

They want to be pardoned to return to the normal life in Damascus as they are “dissatisfied with the behavior, crimes and corruption of the terrorist groups in Idlib”.

The militants have also disclosed that “the terrorists in Idlib kill each other for money”.

Reports said earlier this month that clashes among the terrorist groups have intensified in Southeastern Idlib, leaving a number of militants dead or wounded.

Informed sources reported that the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) stormed the positions of Jeish al-Fateheen affiliated to Ahrar al-Sham in the town of Tahtaya, killing and wounding a number of the rival militants.

The sources added that Al-Nusra intends to impose full control over the road connecting the Southern part of Idlib province to its Eastern part via driving out Jeish al-Fateheen of Tahtaya.

In the meantime, fighters of Hamoud al-Malik, the former commander of Ahrar al-Sham, engaged in clashes with former combatants of Jund al-Aqsa in the town of Ma’art Shamarin in Southern Idlib.

Local activists reported early August that Al-Nusra militants stationed at a checkpoint South of Saraqib intercepted a convoy of four trucks of Faylaq al-Sham terrorist group.

Al-Nusra militants seized the vehicles which were laden with weapons and ammunitions, and detained Abu Adas, Faylaq’s commander who was leading the convoy.

Faylaq al-Sham issued an ultimatum to Al-Nusra to release the convoy and the commander before midnight or wait for bloody clashes.

The showdown comes two weeks after Al-Nusra and Ahrar al-Sham (a close ally to Faylaq) signed a ceasefire following fierce clashes in North Idlib which killed up to 50 militants from all sides.

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