Within the abolition war, clashes rage in the western countryside of Aleppo between Tahrir al-Sham and al-Zenki • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Within the abolition war, clashes rage in the western countryside of Aleppo between Tahrir al-Sham and al-Zenki

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the continuation of clashes at a violent pace in areas in the western countryside of Aleppo, between Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham against the Movement of Nour al-Din al-Zenki, in a continuation of clashes in the abolition war between major factions of the Syrian north, where the hit-and-run clashes are concentrated in the strategic area of Bastron, which is witnessing an exchange of control between both parties of the fight, where the Syrian Observatory monitored Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham controlling it after violent clashes and intense shelling, while al-Zenki members are trying to carry out a counterattack to re-control it, and the continuous clashes have caused casualties in the ranks of both parties.

The Syrian Observatory published in the past 72 hours that  clashes took place between Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham against the Movement of Nour al-Dien al-Zenki and Ahrar Al-Sham Islamic movement, in the vicinity of the mountain of Sheikh Barakat in the western countryside of Aleppo, and information about human losses in the ranks of the both parties, and in the vicinity of the Regiment 111 and in the vicinity of Mkalbis village, after an attack by Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham in an attempt to advance, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored attacks using Heavy machines by Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham, amid exchange of shelling between both parties, within the continuous abolition war, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 23rd of March that discontent prevails al-Atareb area in the western countryside of Aleppo, after a shooting on a demonstration that took place in the area, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: a demonstration took place in al-Atareb town and headed towards the Regiment 46th, denouncing the attacking on Darat Azza and Anjarah by Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham who are in the Regiment, where members from Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham shot at the demonstration which injured a civilian, and the Syrian Observatory published in the last few hours that clashes have taking place since morning, between Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham against Soqur Al-Sham, in the outskirts of Jaradah in the northern countryside of Maarrat Al-Nu’man, within renewing the fighting between the both parties in Idlib province after calm continued for days, within the abolition war between the major factions of the Syrian North. On the other hand, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, monitored displacement from Mkalbis village in the western countryside of Idlib, in the light of the shelling and clashes between Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham against Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published last night that the clashes renewed between members of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham against Movement of Nour al-Din al-Zenki, in areas in the western countryside of Aleppo within the clashes that have been taking place between the major Syrian north’s factions, in the abolition war between them, where the clashes between both parties were concentrated in areas of Mkalbis and Blenta, accompanied by exchange of shelling and targeting, and information about casualties, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 16th of March 2018 that the battlefronts between Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham against the Movement of Nour al-Din al-Zenki, the Islamic movement of Ahrar Al-Sham and Soqur al-Sham are witnessing a calm situation, after information about reaching a truce agreement between both parties, to start a dialogue between them about releasing the detainees and prisoners and the cessation of arrests and raids, opening the roads, removing the dirt barriers and stopping media incitement between both parties in the western countryside of Aleppo and the countryside of Idlib Province since the 20th of February 2018.

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