The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Hurras al-Dien Organization tries to control a former Islamic faction camp on the outskirts the Russian – Turkish demilitarized area

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: local sources told the Syrian Observatory that Hurras al-Dien organization has been working since the 20th of September 2018, to control a former camp of Hayyaat Tahrir in the area between the Marshourin and Marshamsha in the eastern countryside of Maarrat al-Nu’man at the outskirts of the Russian – Turkish demilitarized area, while the people are against the control of this camp and the organization’s existence near the Turkish – Russian demilitarized area, amid tension in the area and rejection by the people for the step that the organization is trying to achieve in the provinces of Idlib and Hama and their surroundings.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from intersected sources that several jihadi factions rejected the Turkish – Russian agreement, which took place after the meeting of Erdogan and Putin on Monday, the 17th of September 2018, the sources told the Syrian Observatory that the factions of Hurras al-Dien, Ansar al-Tawhid, Ansar al-Din, Ansar Allah, al-Furqan Gathering and Jund al-Quqaz, along with other jihadi factions operating within Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham, who refused to withdraw from the contact lines with the regime forces from Jisr al-Shughur to the eastern countryside of Idlib, passing through the northern countryside of Hama and the southeastern countryside of Idlib, these factions have shown their willingness to confront any party seeking to take their weapons and force them to withdraw from their points, on the contrary, they will keep their points to fight “al-Nusayri Army and the infidel Russians”, but it is not known until the moment whether the National Front will be in charge of the fight against these factions, especially after the large shipments that entered from Turkey over the course of 3 consecutive days, starting from the 10th of September 2018, during which more than 183 shipments of weapons had entered.