Jaysh al Islam, an Islamist armed faction that used to be a major player in Damascus region before evacuation to Northern Aleppo, has announced its intention to join the Turkish-backed National Army.
Jaysh al Islam reportedly opens new HQs and acquires weapons in Northern Aleppo.
The militants of Jaysh al Islam group who were evacuated from Eastern Ghouta to Aleppo province this spring have launched construction of training camps and fortified positions in the northern province.
Armed opposition groups active in western and northern Aleppo province have proceeded to kidnap each other’s members in a new escalation of infighting.
Jaysh al Islam group summons dozens of displaced militants and small battalions in Afrin and Jarabulus cities.
The Syrian army continues to advance in Southern Damascus inflicting a high number of casualties among the militants including their leaders.
The U.S. and Saudi Arabia are reportedly in talks to possibly have the Syrian Democratic Forces to hand over Raqqa province to Jaysh al-Islam group.
Jaysh al Islam militants explained why they made a decision to hold talks with the Syrian government forces and agree to hand over their heavy armament and leave the region.
According to reports, over 1,000 Jaysh al-Islam militants are preparing to leave the city of al-Dumayr in Northeastern Damascus province.
American journalists of OAN channel visited Douma town and found no evidence of chemical weapons attack.