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Idlib: arrest campaign against civilians seek reconciliation with Assad

Local | 2018-08-08 12:46:00
Idlib: arrest campaign against civilians seek reconciliation with Assad
(Zaman Al Wasl)- A pro-Tahrir al-Sham rebel group on Wednesday has launched an arrest campaign against people who seek reconciliation with the regime forces in northern Idlib province, local sources said.

The security units of the National Liberation Front have raided the earstern coutnryside of Idlib, including the towns of Maarret al-Numan, Talmans, al-Serman and al-Deir al-Sharqi.

Rebel groups warned civilians of any collaboration with Damascus or seeking reconciliation deals in Idlib and Hama provinces.

The Liberation Front also has arrested 45 people in the western countryside of Hama, in a warning signal to residents to avoid any deals with the Assad regime. 

In relevant development, Tahrir al-Sham has arrested three men said they were coordinating with the regime military intelligence and with Russian's Hameimym base.

The jihadist group that controls most of the northern Idlib province has waged campaign against Daesh and regime sleeper cells in the last few weeks after a series of assassinations targeted its commanders.

More sleeper cells to be eliminated very soon after intense efforts by the domestic security, an official in Tahrir al-Sham told Zaman al-Wasl.
 
Last week, Tharir al-Sham arrested 13 people over links with the regime, saying they seek reconciliation deal with the Assad forces, local sources said.

Idlib has been a haven for tens of thousands of rebels and 2.3mn civilians who were forced to abandon their homes in other parts of western Syria that the regime and its foreign military allies have recaptured from rebels.

Zaman Al Wasl
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