Fuerzas palestinas pro gubernamentales, llamadas Brigadas de Galilea (Liwa Al-Jalil), se han unido al Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) en el frente occidental de Palmira con el fin de participar en la liberación de esta antigua ciudad del Estado Islámico ( ISIS).

Dirigidas por Fadi Malaah, un palestino nacido en Siria, las Brigadas de Galilea han luchado en varias batallas contra los rebeldes yihadistas en toda Siria, ganándose elogios del alto mando del Ejército Árabe Siria por su prestancia en el campo de batalla.

Al igual que en otras milicias palestinas que participan en el conflicto sirio, como por ejemplo Liwaa Al-Quds, las Brigadas de Galilea (Liwa Al-Jalil) trabajan codo a codo con el Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS).

Aunque sus fuerzas no son de las dimensiones de las brigadas de Liwaa al-Quds, las  Fuerzas de Galilea están compuestas de un gran número de combatientes procedente de varios campos de refugiados de Siria.

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