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Idlib residents protest Tahrir al-Sham offensive on Kafr Takharim

Local | 2019-11-08 09:47:00
Idlib residents protest Tahrir al-Sham offensive on Kafr Takharim
(Zaman Al Wasl)- Hundreds of people in northern Idlib province went to streets Thursday, protesting Tahrir al-Sham’s offensive on Kafr Takharim town that left 8 civilians dead and took control from rival group. 

  The Syrian Revolution Coordination Committees called on the Syrians to take part in protests in solidarity with Kafr Takharim, saying Tahrir al-Sham’s actions should be denounced.

Local activists called to dissolve the Salvation Government that fully controlled by Tahrir al-Sham.  

Like ISIS (Daesh), Tahrir al-Sham wants to create an Islamic state of its own, according to the Independent. That 

dream makes the whole region under its control in northwestern Syria a ground for mounting violations and abuses.

At least 8 civilians were killed and a dozen wounded Thursday when the militant group stormed Kafr Takharim despite a 'surrender’ deal reached the day before with ‘Shura Council’ the de facto- ruler of the town.

A handwritten agreement stated that the HTS will control all military and security headquarters inside the town and to get the wanted people. 
Syria's former al-Qaeda affiliate is controlling Idlib region, which is home to some three 
million people, including many displaced by the eight-year war.

The formerly-known Jabhat al-Nusra has detained and killed most of its opponents including citizen journalists and human rights advocates.

Eight years of war in Syria have killed 560,000 people and driven half the pre-war population of 22 million from their homes, including more than 6 million as refugees to neighbouring countries.  

Zaman Al Wasl
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