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    Jaish al-Islam mourns 35 members killed in suspected Tahrir al-Sham attack

    | 2017-08-12 16:32:24
    Jaish al-Islam mourns 35 members killed in suspected Tahrir al-Sham attack

    (Zaman Al Wasl)- Jaish al-Islam on Saturday has mourned 35 members were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up inside a their training camp in southern Daraa province late on Friday.

    The powerful Islamist group did not accused rival groups of carryng ut the bombing, assuring its willingness to continue the ‘struggle, according to statement posted online.

    rebel commanders have accused Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, former al-Qaeda branch in Syria, also known as Nusra Front, of carrying out the attack.

    Activists tributed the attack to the security chaos that hit the province of Daraa due to absence of unified leadership and mounting discords between rival groups.

    Keywords:  Syria
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