BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – For the second day in a row, intense clashes have broken out between the rival jihadist groups in the rural parts of the Idlib Governorate.

According to pro-opposition activists, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham militants attacked Jabhat Tahrir Souriya inside the town of Jaradah near the jihadist stronghold of Ma’arat Al-Nu’man.

Fierce clashes are now ongoing in Jaradah as the two rival jihadist groups attempt to gain the upper-hand against one another.

Meanwhile, in the Aleppo Governorate, the jihadist rebels are involved in another violent confrontation near the town of Daret ‘Izza; this battle has been ongoing for more than 48 hours.

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2018-03-23 18:47

I’ll never forget Kerry enthusiastically telling Charlie Rose back in June 2014 how great it was that the rebels had stopped fighting “amongst themselves”, and how instead of focusing on the “radical extremists”, they were now focused on fighting the Syrian army. In the short span of one or two sentences, Kerry had perhaps unintentionally admitted not only that the “opposition” included the extremists (presumably ISIS and al-Nusra), but that it was preferable to the Obama Administration that the “moderate rebels” that it had trained, armed and funded, focus solely on attacking the Syrian army. There is only one thing… Read more »