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BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:55 A.M.) – A new Al-Qaeda affiliate group by the name of Jaysh al-Malaheem has appeared in Syria – at least as far as picture evidence is concerned.

What should be made clear is that Jaysh al-Malaheem is not a re-branding of some other preexisting Al-Qaeda affiliate group (such as Jabhat al-Nusra which has changed its name twice since July 2016 to now become Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham) for it is in fact a new militia entirely.

Pro-rebel and Syrian conflict observer sources describe Jaysh al-Malaheem has an independent faction in relation to other militant groups in the country.

Unlike the better known and more powerful Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham group which now uses a white-base flag to hide its Al-Qaeda origins, Jaysh al-Malaheem uses the original black standard of the terrorist internationale.

Recently, the media center for Jaysh al-Malaheem released photos its fighters conducting exercises at a training camp somewhere in Syria (most likely the country’s northwest).

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I bet there is not a Syrian amongst them. Take em out Russia asap…..more dirty Yank paid cockroaches.

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The way that these terrorists are portrayed looks very similar to US training.

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Good point that, somehow I missed that. Cheers.

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Mike McPherson

You can bet your life they are trained, armed and financed by the Pentagon. The U.S. has still not thrown in the towel and will persist until it is made very clear to them that they thay have no place and no right to be in Syria. Yanks out!