Aleppo/Idleb, SANA – The liquidation and infighting among terrorist organizations supported by the Turkish regime continues in the western countryside of Aleppo province and southern countryside of Idleb province, leaving behind hundreds of dead terrorists as battles between them enter their fourth day.
Media reports quoted local sources in the countryside of Aleppo and Idleb as saying that following grueling battles with “Noureddin al-Zenki Movement” terrorists, Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists managed to establish control over large areas in the western countryside of Aleppo, seizing large amounts of weapons and vehicles, killing scores of terrorists from the Movement, and capturing others.
The sources said that most “Noureddin al-Zenki Movement” terrorists have withdrawn to the town of Efrin in the northwestern countryside of Aleppo, a town controlled by terrorist militias supported by Turkey, as they opened corridors to allow these terrorists to withdraw and join these militias.
In the southern countryside of Idleb, terrorists from the “National Front for Liberation” advanced towards villages under the control of al-Nusra south of Idleb, establishing control over the village of Talmans after violent battles with al-Nusra, after which they seized a number of its members and seized a weapons cache.
Websites affiliated with the terrorists said that the violent battles between the terrorist organizations during the past few days took place near Turkish observation points and under the supervision of Turkish patrols in the area, which indicates that these battles are an attempt by Turkey to rearrange the areas of influence of the terror organizations in order to employ them for its own personal agenda.
The sources also said the terrorist militias affiliated with the Turkish regime which operate under the moniker of “Euphrates Shield” received direct orders from Turkey to not get involved in the battles between al-Nusra and other terror groups.
The battles between terror groups began on Tuesday at dawn in Aleppo’s western countryside when al-Nusra established control over the town of Daret Ezza, with the battles spilling into the southern and eastern countryside of Idleb and the northern countryside of Hama, with the ongoing battles leaving hundreds of terrorists dead, in addition to claiming the lives of civilians living in the areas under these organizations’ control.