Prominent opposition factions in Idlib merge into National Liberation Front; National Coalition condemns massacres committed by Syrian government and Russia in Daraa

تحرير أمنة رياض | ترجمة غلوري جابر | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 2 أغسطس، 2018 12:09:00 م تقرير دوليعسكريسياسيفن وثقافة الجيش السوري الحر

Local and field developments:

Prominent opposition factions operating in Idlib have announced merging into the National Liberation Front.

The faction reported in a statement published by National Liberation Front media that the Syrian Liberation Front, Suqour al-Sham brigades, the al-Ahrar Army, and the Damascus Gathering have merged together to form “the core of the next revolution army.”

On Thursday, a prominent opposition military commander said that the merging of the major opposition factions into the National Liberation Front in Idlib is not an accident and has nothing to do with decisions made during the Astana 10 Talks.

Dignitaries of the town of Kalgabrin (40 kilometers north of Aleppo) elected a new local council belonging to the Syrian Interim Government after the end of the previous council’s round.

Local activists documented the killing of 176 civilians in the intense bombings and military operations by the Syrian government and Russia in the governorate of Daraa, Southern Syria.

Forcibly displaced people from eastern Hama are afraid to return to their villages, which are controlled by the Syrian government forces, due to what they described as “deliberate neglect” of the camps in the Idlib governorate.

The Syrian government forces impose large fees on vehicles and civilians entering in the city of Sakilibiya, 40 kilometers northwest of Hama, Central Syria.

The Asayish security forces of the Kurdish Autonomous Administration confiscated 13 oil lorries in the village of Mazraat Tishreen, Northwestern al-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria. The Asayish confiscated the lorries claiming that the drivers broke the laws of oil transportation.

Political and international developments:

The Amnesty International calls upon Turkey to put an end to their violations against human rights in the Afrin area in Aleppo, Northern Syria.

On Wednesday night, the Amnesty International published a report accusing Turkey of turning a blind eye to the significant violations in Afrin. The report added that residents of Afrin are subject to different human rights violations, most of which are committed by Syrian militant groups armed and equipped by Turkey.

The National Coalition for the Syrian Revolutionary Forces said that the Syrian government, backed by Iranian militias and Russian warplanes, continues to attack cities and towns in the Western Daraa countryside, Southern Syria, committing crimes against civilians.

A Russian official said that Russia set a clear plan to return Syrian refugees to Syria, in partnership with international institutions, especially the United Nations.

The Sirian Nifia festival, organized by the ASML Association to introduce contemporary Syrian art, was launched in Paris.

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تحرير أمنة رياض | ترجمة غلوري جابر | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 2 أغسطس، 2018 12:09:00 م تقرير دوليعسكريسياسيفن وثقافة الجيش السوري الحر
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