El grupo jihadista Hay’at Tahrir al Sham, ligado a la red Al-Qaeda, arrestó a varios combatientes afiliado al autodenominado “Ejército Libre Sirio” en una operación a gran escala contra facciones recientemente llegadas a la región.

La brigada Ahmad al-Abdo ha sido particularmente afectada, incluyéndose entre los arrestados un comandante llamado Abu Malik, en una movida inesperada por parte del referente jihadista.

La Brigada Ahmad al-Abdo es un grupo rebelde afiliado al ELS que estaba activo en la región del este del Qalamoun antes de ser evacuada a Idlib como parte de un acuerdo con el gobierno sirio.

El ataque se inició luego de que se extendieran rumores de que el grupo armado iniciaría conversaciones para un acuerdo de reconciliación con el gobierno de Damasco antes de que se iniciara la esperada ofensiva hacia Idlib.

HTS lanzó varios ataques contra grupos e individuos que promueven este tipo de acuerdos, arrestando a docenas de combatientes y dirigentes.

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