Abu Osama al-Shami, an ISIS leader changed his name and started fighting in the ranks of the Turkey-loyal “al-Hamzat Division” after a military course

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has obtained new documented information, confirming that many of the members fighting in the ranks of the Turkey-loyal “Syrian National Army” used to be in the ranks of the “Islamic State” Organization, their names changed, and they moved to fight in the ranks of the “National Army,” and some of the information obtained by the Syrian Observatory there is a file of a person called “B.G.A.”, he is called “Abu Osama al-Shami”, born in Damascus 1993 and joined Jabhat al-Nusra in 2012 in the Ghouta, then he swore allegiance to the “Islamic State” Organization in 2014 and fought in its ranks in Ghouta and al-Suwaidaa countryside.

According to reliable sources, in 2016 Abu Osama al-Shami moved to the external security of “Damascus” State, then he went to Idlib in 2017 and had a military course in Turkey before returning with his other name “G.G.A.” to fight in the ranks of the Turkey-loyal factions as part of “Olive Branch” operation, which was launched by the Turkish Forces and their loyal factions on Afrin in January 2018, in addition to his participation in “al-Shahba” battle. Reliable sources confirmed that “B” is currently in “Tal Abyad” and he is part of the Special Forces of the Turkey-loyal “al-Hamzat faction”, with “Peace Spring” operation launched by Turkish Forces and the factions loyal to them of the “Syrian National Army,” in early October 2019, and according to reliable sources, “this person was one of the leaders of the Islamic State organization, before his name was changed and recruited again in the Syrian National Army.”

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