BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 A.M.) – The ongoing jihadist civil war in Idlib has proven costly, as new reports reveal heavy losses for all parties involved.

According to reports, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) and Hurras Al-Deen have lost dozens of fighters in the nearly week-long civil war in the western outskirts of Idlib city.

In addition to the heavy losses to personnel, the two jihadist groups have also redeployed several of their fighters to the western outskirts of Idlib city, as they continue to trade attacks.

Despite the Hurras Al-Deen group’s initial advances west of Idlib city, they have struggled in the past few days to capture any districts inside the administrative capital.

Making matters worse for the Hurras Al-Deen group, two of their commanders were assassinated in a drone strike that was carried out by the U.S. Coalition in Idlib city.

The Al-Qaeda-linked group has also been involved in a number of clashes with the Syrian Armed Forces, culminating in a disastrous raid in the Al-Ghaab Plain earlier this month.

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sidali
sidali
2020-06-28 21:23

the Lebanon option is send all Hezbollah our of Lebanon , the Hezbollah are the problem with the Iranian must hezbollah dismantle or leave the country , lebanon must take control of your country and constitution Hezbollah are the problem closed all Hizbullah banks shope arms ports Lebanon must fight against Hizbullah for the Independence of free from the terrorists group Hezbollah and money laundry

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sidali
2020-06-28 21:27

we need to give more help to your brothers and sister in AHWAZ must be free from the Iranian invader we must its or duty to help our Brother in islam AHWAZ never forget you we will dies for you lets help them with arms and money , and to all Muslim Nation don’t let any Iranian people no matter what mbnationalty as long heis background Iranian land in any arabs muslim countries cut all tied with Iranians

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2020-06-28 21:33

to all Muslim we must help our brotereh In AHWAZ occupy by the Iranian given to them By the British as gift now we need AHWAH back lets help people of AHWAZ by all mean foods arms money fund medicine and open an office in all arbs world must UN recognised AHWAZ country occupied by the the Iranian FREE AHWAZ