Hours after a mass execution against members of ISIS cells in the demilitarized zone…an explosion hits Darat Izza town in the western sector of Aleppo countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Hours after a mass execution against members of ISIS cells in the demilitarized zone…an explosion hits Darat Izza town in the western sector of Aleppo countryside

Aleppo Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: a violent explosion was heard in Darat Izza town in the western countryside of Aleppo province, caused by detonating a booby trapped motorcycle, which caused material damage, without information about human losses caused by the bombing, as a part of the series of detonations and assassinations that appeared as a result of the security chaos in Idlib province and the areas linked to and adjacent it of the other provinces, and the bombing also came hours after a mass execution against members accused of belonging to cells of the “Islamic State” organization, where the Syrian Observatory published hours ago, that it monitored Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham carrying out new executions against persons who are accused of belonging to sleeper cells of the organization and responsible for carrying out assassinations inside Idlib province and in both Hama and Aleppo provinces, where the SOHR monitored Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham executing 5 persons, sources confirmed that they were executed Al-Zirbah area in the southern countryside of Aleppo, on charge of “belonging to cells of the Islamic State organization”, and members of Tahrir Al-Sham shot them, after they were arrested previously within the campaign of arrests which targeted tens of persons on charge of these accusations, and which sometimes witnessed violent clashes between members of these cells and members of Tahrir Al-Sham, as well as the executions that used to be carried out directly, or through mass targeting to positions and headquarters of these cells, and this is the first execution to be carried out within the Russian – Turkish demilitarized area, which was specified within the Russian – Turkish agreement that recently reached.

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