Factions growing tensions | Abou Amshah hands his brother to Rights Restitution Committee over violence and robbery charges • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Factions growing tensions | Abou Amshah hands his brother to Rights Restitution Committee over violence and robbery charges

Aleppo province: SOHR reliable sources reported that Mohamed Al-Jasem (Abou Amshah) the leader of Souliman Shah faction (Al-Amshat) has handed his brother to the Rights Restitution Committee in Afrin due to the latest tensions that took place between Al-Amshat and other factions of the National Army.

The National Army factions that serve under the banner of Azm operation room threatened to attack Al-Ashmat faction that controls Al-Sheikh Hadeed district in Afrin countryside if the faction did not hand Abou Ashmah’s two brothers whose violations against the inhabitants of Afrin were verified. The violations included murder, looting, and seizing properties as the two brothers exploited their powers and wreaked havoc with other factions in the areas under their control in Afrin and in Aleppo countryside areas under control of the Turkish forces and its proxies.

On December 11, SOHR activists reported that tensions between Sultan Suleiman Shah Al-Ashmat division and factions of “Azm” operations room grows in Sheikh Al-Hadid neighborhood in Afrin countryside after Al-Ashmat faction had refused to hand over dozens of wanted members of their faction, who are wanted for charges of robbing and looting the livelihoods of the people and other issues.

According to Syrian Observatory activists, “Azm factions mobilized their forces across Afrin and brought military reinforcements to the vicinity of Sheikh Al-Hadid district, and Al-Amshat faction has also mobilized its forces and deployed checkpoints there.

It is worth noting that “Azm” operations room is comprised “The Sham Legion – north sector,” “Peace Brigade,””2nd Division, which formed of “Elite Army”, 113th Brigade,” and “Glory Corps,”, “Division- 13” which consists of “Sultan Mohammed the Conqueror Division,” “Samarkand brigade, “Al- Waqas Brigade” and other factions ” belonging to Turkish- backed “National Army.”

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