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After infighting in Janderas area last December | Arbitration committee orders dissident captain to pay financial compensation to victims’ families

Aleppo Governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:

Reliable sources have informed the Syrian Observatory that the arbitration committee formed to resolve the conflict that took place in the area of Jandirs in December last year, between gunmen from Damascus countryside, supported by members of Ahrar al-Sham on the one hand, and gunmen from the “Nour Eddine Al-Zinki” faction on the other, issued its ruling after the killing of three people, two of whom are from eastern Ghouta, one of them was affiliated with Ahrar Al-Sham, and the third from “Nour Eddine Al-Zinki”.

According to Syrian Observatory sources, the committee headed by sharia expert of “Al-Sham Corps” faction issued a resolution ordering the dissident captain known by his initials as (F.B.) from Al-Qalamoun area in Damascus countryside, and the commander of the brigade “Tahrir al-Sham” to pay financial compensation to the families of the dead, the injured and to civilians whose property was damaged by the fighting.

The Committee also accused the captain of being the main cause of the fighting, which caused discontent among the people of rural Damascus, considering that the fighting was mainly caused by members of “Nour Eddine Al-Zinki”, who attacked a civilian after he was removed from a house in the area by force, and was assaulted and then arrested in a humiliating manner, which caused an armed fight in the area of Jandiras.

On December 17, SOHR activists said that a young man died of his wounds sustained during clashes on December 14, in the Janderas area west of Afrin, which is under the control of Turkish forces and proxy factions.

On December 14, SOHR activists documented the death of a member of Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement affected by the injury he had in yesterday’s clashes in Jendires district in rural Afrin between members of Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement on one hand, and gunmen from Rif Dimashq backed by “Ahrar Al-Sham” movement on the other. The clashes had also left another member from Rif Dimashq and affiliated to “Ahrar Al-Sham Islamic Movement” dead, while other fighters and civilians sustained various injuries.

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