Syria: Al-Nusra Dispatches More Fighters to Western Idlib to Face Rival Terrorists


The Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) has sent more fighters to reinvigorate its positions in Western Idlib amid severe differences with rival terrorist groups, well-informed sources reported on Sunday.

The source said that the Al-Nusra forwarded more fighters and military hardware to its positions and checkpoints in al-Najieyh, al-Zab’einanah and Dardoush regions in Western Idlib near the border with Turkey after wide differences erupted between the terrorist group and other militants from al-Ferqa Saheliyah in the region.

In relevant developments but in Aleppo province on Tuesday, Nouralddeen al-Zinki members and other terrorists of Al-Nusra Front resumed clashes after a daylong halt in hostilities in the region.

Al-Zinki and Al-Nusra exchanged heavy fire near the 111th regiment base, the small town of Dar al-Izzah, the village of Taqad, in a region near the villages of Ajel, Tadil and Oweijel and the small towns of Kafr Naha and al-Abzqamou in Western Aleppo.

Meanwhile, Al-Nusra dispatched a large number of forces and military hardware, including tanks and vehicles to the battlefields in Western Aleppo and Northern Idlib to face al-Zinki fighters.

Also, al-Zinki sent its military equipment to the village of Taqad in Western Aleppo and clashed with Al-Nusra in the village of Kafr Natin.

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