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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:15 A.M.) – On Sunday, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (Syrian Al-Qaeda branch) retook two villages from Jaish Al-Islam in rural Damascus while around a dozen Islamist militants on both sides died amid the clashes.

With inter-rebel clashes officially restarted as of last week, the Al-Qaeda linked group expelled rival fighters from the towns of Jisreen and Hazzeh.

Meanwhile, skirmishes were observed between the formerly allied rebel factions in the villages of Al-Shari, Al-Aftres, Al-Muhamdiyah and Irbeen.

Ahrar Al-Sham and Failaq Al-Rahman, a Free Syrian Army (FSA) contingent, are also involved in the clashes, fighting alongside Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS).

FSA, HTS and Ahrar Al-Sham forces now hope to expel Jaish Al-Islam from all villages in the East Ghouta rebel heartland, forcing the latter Saudi-backed group to withdraw to its capital Douma.

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It looks as if they have been watching too many crappy Hollywood movies. The crowd looks too calm as well when one considers that bullets might start flying. also the ‘actor’ in the camouflage just happens to have two pistols.

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the actor in army dress is pretending like SAA and other 2 are rival militant . this is stage show proving the people and terrriost that SAA has guns over our heads and we are fighitng each other. but this stupid people will not understand terriost and criminal will always will be slave of foriegn powers doesnt have dignity. SAA will going to shoot them finally in the head soon

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La Monarquía Saudi parece que va tener un revés, me pregunto como es que le llega armas a estos grupos si están aislados.