DAMASCUS, SYRIA (6:25 P.M.) – A group of pro-government fighters asked the civilians in the northwestern province of Idlib to stay away from rebel positions and headquarters ahead of a prospected incursion into the jihadi-held province.

“We are addressing the innocent and honorable civilians of Idlib who have not been involved with Jabhet al-Nusra, Ahrar al-Sham or the Free Syrian Army: seek safety away from the jihadists before the sweeping ground invasion toward Abu Duhour airbase begins during the next 24 hours,” the soldier said in a video posted on social media today.

The soldier identified himself as one of Khalid al-Daher group; a pro-government faction fighting jihadi rebels and who are originally from the villages surrounding the Abu Duhour airbase.

The Syrian Army has amassed troops in southern Aleppo countryside in bid to grab more lands from the hardline fighters in Idlib northern countryside.

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