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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Following the killing of nearly 30 members of both sides | HTS ends “Fa Ethbatu” operations room, forming new operations room for military action

HTS has issued a statement under the name of the “Operations Room of Al-Fath Al-Mubin”, in which it decided: “Unify military activities under the command of the “Operations Room of Al-Fath Al-Mubin”, preventing the formation of any other operating room or the formation of a new faction under accountability.

HTS also called on those who wanted to contribute to the military field to do so through that operating room. 

The HTS thus cancelled the joint operations room of the jihadist factions “Fa Ethbatu.”

On the other hand, members of Hayaat Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) armed with their individual and medium weapons were deployed on the road to the western city of Idlib, passing through the village of Arab Said to Sahl Al-Rouj, reopening the road. While “Huras al-Din” members withdrew from their headquarters and closed it, in accordance with the agreement reached today between HTS and Huras al-Din.

The operations room of “Fa’ Ethbatu” issued a statement calling the actions of HTS after raiding its headquarters in the Sahel and Sarmda a “treachery”, which may revoke the agreement if such actions continue.

Reliable SOHR sources have confirmed that an agreement reached between Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and “Fa Ithbatu” jihadi operation room. The agreement stipulates for suspension of clashes between both sides in Arab Said and Sahl Al-Rouj in western Idlib, remove of checkpoints, and easing alertness and military build-up.

The agreement included several terms:

– Brothers from Arab Said to stay in the village with their personal weapons.

– Any one wants to leave Arab Said is allowed to leave with his personal weapon.

– Defendants to be tried by our brothers, the Turkistanis.

– Hurras Al-Din’s headquarters in Arab Said to be closed, and the organization’s members have to vow not to set up checkpoints in the village.

It worth noting that the clashes have claimed the lives of 29 combatants on both sides since the beginning of fight on June 23, and they are: 18 members of Hurras al-Din, including a foreign commander, and 11 HTS members.

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