Infighting among Terrorists Still Continue in Northern Syria
Field sources reported on Thursday that Syria’s Tahrir Front has launched heavy attacks on Tahrir al-Sham positions in the town of Kafr Naha in Western Aleppo, leading to heavy infighting between them.
They added that at least 2 armored vehicles of Syria’s Tahrir Front were destroyed and a number of militants of both sides were killed.
Meantime, fierce infighting was reported between the two terrorist groups near the town of Dar al-Izza in Western Aleppo, inflicting casualties on both.
Tahrir al-Sham announced that it will continue the fight until Syria’s Tahrir Front retreats from the regions earlier occupied by the former, as efforts are underway by influential militant figures to stop clashes between the two sides.
Local sources had also reported on Wednesday that Syria’s Tahrir Front and Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at had again engaged in fierce clashes in Northern Syria, while later reports indicated large number of casualties on both warring sides.
The sources said that Tahrir al-Sham and Syria’s Tahrir Front exchanged heavy fire near the small town of Khan al-Sabal in Southeastern Idlib that inflicted a large number of casualties on both sides.
Other sources in Western Aleppo reported that tough clashes are underway between the two rival terrorist groups in Jam’iyat al-Farsan region near the town of Kafr Naha and the village of Tal Adah in Western Aleppo.
Infighting between the two rival terrorist groups has inflicted major losses on both sides in the village of Arhab in Western Aleppo and several members of Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at have been captured by Syria’s Tahrir Front.