Hayat Tahrir al-Sham group arrives in Hama, coming from Eastern Ghouta

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة رند رسلان | تحرير الترجمة Freda Hocaine 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 10 مارس، 2018 10:56:28 ص خبر عسكري جيش الإسلام

Turkey - SMART

A group of Hayat Tahrier al-Sham (HTS) members arrived from Eastern Ghouta at the town of Qalaa al-Madeq in Hama, Central Syria, just hours after the Army of Islam reached an agreement  with the UN to evacuate them.

A member of the security office in the town of Qalaa al-Madeq, Ahmed Zafer told SMART that “13 members from the HTS arrived in the morning to the town from Eastern Ghouta. There were no families with them.”

On Friday, the Jayish al-Islam announced that it had reached an agreement with the UN to evacuate HTS members, which was formerly the al-Nusra Front, from Eastern Ghouta, Eastern Damascus where they were being held in Jaysh al-Islam prisons, to Idlib. This is stated in a timetable set out by the Jaysh al-Islam within two letters sent to the UN Security Council on Feb. 23 and 27, 2018.

On Feb. 26, the Jaysh al-Islam, Failaq al-Rahman and the movement Islamic Ahrar Sham in Eastern Ghouta, all reported to the UN Security Council in a letter their commitment to bring out the al-Nusra Front, an organization of al-Qaeda. as well as all those associated with them and their relatives in a maximum period of 15 days beginning from the the implementation of an effective cease-fire according to the mechanism set out by the United Nations.

Russia and the Syrian government have taken the presence of the al-Nusra Front in Eastern Ghouta as an excuse to continue an intensive military campaign on Eastern Ghouta, resulting in the deaths of more than 1,000 civilians and injuring more than 4,000 about two weeks ago. 

الاخبار المتعلقة

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة رند رسلان | تحرير الترجمة Freda Hocaine 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 10 مارس، 2018 10:56:28 ص خبر عسكري جيش الإسلام
الخبر السابق
"الحر" يستعيد "الحاجز الرباعي" الاستراتيجي في درعا من "جيش خالد"
الخبر التالي
توثيق مقتل تسعة مدنيين بقصف مكثف على بلدة مسرابا شرق دمشق