The arrests of people accused of "cooperating with the regime for reconciliations" continue for the 17th consecutive day by the National Liberation Front and Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The arrests of people accused of “cooperating with the regime for reconciliations” continue for the 17th consecutive day by the National Liberation Front and Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the continuation of security operations by Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham in Idlib Province, where Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham raided early on the dawn of Sunday the areas of Salqin and Azmarin in the countryside of Idlib, accompanied by arresting several people on charges of “cooperating with the regime for reconciliations,” within the continuation of the security operation in which hundreds of people were arrested by Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham and the “National Liberation Front” for the same charges, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored continuous arrests for the 17th consecutive day in the villages of Jabal Shahshabbu in the southern countryside of Idlib which extends in the northwestern countryside of Hama, the southern and southeastern countryside of Idlib and other areas in the western and eastern countryside, amid more arrests on charges of “cooperating with the regime for reconciliations”.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also published on the 3rd of August that  it monitored raids and arrests carried out by Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham since the dawn of today, Friday, the 3rd of August 2018, in Khan Shaykhun city and Mdaya village in the southern countryside of Idlib, where Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham arrested several people within a security operation searching for “cells of the Islamic State organization” in addition to people accused of “cooperating with the regime in relation to reconciliations”, and the intersecting sources of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed that the raids were carried out in several houses in the above-mentioned villages, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also published on the 1st of August 2018, that it monitored a unity by 5 military formations, operating in the Syrian North and have been displaced to it, under the name the “National Liberation Front”, after meetings and consultations between representatives and commanders of Hayyaat Tahrir Syria, Suqour Al-Sham Brigades, Jaysh Al-Ahrar, Damascus Gathering, announcing themselves as the “core of the incoming Jaysh Al-Thawra”, while this unity announced its full military structure, and this merger comes more than two months after a previous merger under the same name, where the SOHR monitored in late May 2018, 11 factions announcing the formation of the “National Liberation Front”, where Al-Sham Corps, the 1st Coastal Division, the 2nd Coastal Division, the 1st Infantry Division, the Free Idlib Army, Jaysh al-Nasr, Jaysh al-Nukhba, the Second Army, Shuhada al-Islam (Darayya), Liwa Al-Huriyah, Division-23, announced the formation of this army in one statement announcing the launch of this new group, and the statement said: as a part of our duty to seek to unit the word of the rebel factions, and our awareness of the danger, risks and pain which Al-Sham territory suffered from, as a result of the division of theses factions, and as a correction to the past failures, and for seeking to cooperate with our brothers, in the coming responsibilities, the factions which signed this statement sought to form a new gathering under the name the “National Liberation Front”, and now we announce the birth of this new formation, and we invoke Allah to be a project that includes all revolutionary components that believes in the goals of our revolution and are devoted to its constants and seek to achieve them”.

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