The leader of a faction of 800 fighters announces its dissolution after harassments by the Turkish authorities against the backdrop of disobeying orders of the latter after the opening of a fighting front against the regime in Aleppo countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The leader of a faction of 800 fighters announces its dissolution after harassments by the Turkish authorities against the backdrop of disobeying orders of the latter after the opening of a fighting front against the regime in Aleppo countryside

Aleppo Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored that the leader of the faction Shuhada’a Al-Sharqiyyah Gathering operating in the north-eastern sector of Aleppo countryside, announced the dissolution of his faction which is composed more than 800 members, and intersected sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that in addition to the reasons that have been mentioned by the leader of the faction Shuhada’a Al-Sharqiyyah known as “Abu Al-Khawlah”, of thefts, abductions and killing operations that are attributed to the faction, the faction was subjected to harassments and other process of clamping down on it by the Turkish authorities and factions close to Turkey, also previous attempts was carried out against the faction to impose a siege on it as well as threatening it of detention, until the leader of the faction dissolved Shuhada’a Al-Sharqiyyah Gathering and handed over the vehicles and weapons to the military justice in Aleppo countryside, the faction’s leader also previously rejected to comply with Turkish orders not to fight against the regime forces and their allies in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, and Abu Al-Khawlah showed his objection which was represented by fighting that took place between his faction against the regime forces in Tadef area, on the same context, the Syrian Observatory monitored that the fighting between Ahrar Al-Sharqiyyah Gathering against Sultan Murad Division, in Al-Ra’i area and the area between it and between Al-Ghandoura, in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo province, returned to stop, where a faction operating within the forces of the “Euphrates Shield” Operation intervened as separating forces between the both parties, after clashes that left 10 casualties and wounded in the ranks of the both parties.

And the Syrian Observatory published hours ago, that it monitored the breakout of fighting between Sultan Murad Division against Ahrar Al-Sharqiyyah Gathering, which operate under the banner of the Turkish-backed factions, in the countryside of Aleppo province, and intersected sources confirmed that the clashes were accompanied by an attack by the Gathering on the headquarters of the Division where it seized them and demanded the handover of a relatives of one of the commanders in the ranks of Sultan Murad, but the clashes resulted in the fall of human losses, where about 10 persons were injured, among them there are at least 3 persons died, amid resentment prevailing among the residents of the border town with Turkey, Al-Ra’i, against the clashes that take place every now and then within the controlled areas of the Turkish forces and the factions backed by them, while there is anticipation for the developments of the situation in the area, where the area is witnessing a curfew.

While the Syrian Observatory monitored on the 5th of October 2018, that outbreak of fighting in the north-eastern sector of Aleppo countryside, between factions operating within the “Euphrates Shield” Operation, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights; clashes took place between groups of Ahrar Al-Sham Islamic movement against members of Jaysh Al-Ahfad, in places in Al-Bab area in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, which is controlled by the Turkish forces and the factions of the “Euphrates Shield” Operation backed by them, where the clashes resulted in the fall of a number of wounded, including a child girl who died affected by the serious injury she had, during the fighting which took place in the area, while reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the clashes between the both parties erupted as a result of disagreements between them about a road used for smuggling people between the controlled areas of Manbij Military Council and the regime’s controlled areas and between the controlled areas of the “Euphrates Shield” Operation.

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