BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The Palestinian-led Liwaa Al-Quds forces have been immersed in a fierce battle against the jihadist rebels in the western part of Aleppo.

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In a video released this week, Liwaa Al-Quds can be seen taking on the jihadist rebel forces of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) near the Al-Zahra’a Association Quarter and several other areas in western Aleppo.

Liwaa Al-Quds is arguably one of the most powerful Palestinian paramilitary forces in Syria; they have been involved in several battles over the last few years, including the east Aleppo campaign.

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And when they eventually finish with their work in Syria they can offer training to their Palestinian brethren in East Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank to aid in the liberation of Palestine from oppressive Israeli rule.