Tahrir al-Sham called upon rebel fighters fighting for the same cause to join ranks as one, and urged supporters of Islam to support their fight “by arm and wealth and instigation, by pen and word, thoughts and prayers for their victory.”
Tahrir al-Sham’s Ebaa News Agency claimed seizing over 15 villages and towns in the northern countryside of Hama during the first day of the battle “And Say: Do Deeds.”
Tahrir al-Sham released footage of the suicide bombing carried out on the Syrian regime forces near the bridge of Me’erdes in the northern countryside of Hama, as part of the battle “And Say: Do Deeds.”
Tahrir al-Sham’s Ebaa News Agency released a statement with updates and developments from Jobar neighborhood of Damascus, claiming that over 110 regime and pro-regime soldiers were killed following suicide bombings and attacks part of the battle “Be Steadfast O Worshippers of Allah,” and claimed gaining control of various areas in the region.
Tahrir al-Sham released the videos of the two suicide bombers that hit Soran, Hama, as part of the battle “And Say: Do Deeds,” and listed the “liberated” areas in the region.
Tahrir al-Sham introduced Ebaa News Agency, identifying it as “dedicated to present exclusive news content with the highest level of accuracy and credibility in the form of breaking news,” and provided the very first reports from the battle of “And Say: Do Deeds” launched by Tahrir al-Sham and rebel groups in the area against the Syrian regime in the northern countryside of Hama.
Tahrir al-Sham announced the death of “Abu al-Abbas al-Suri,” whom it identified as an official with the group’s “general follow-up committee” in Idlib.
Tahrir al-Sham released a video glorifying the organization’s “Elite Forces” team, showing fighters in training with focus on close combat, firearms, and tactical exercises.
Tahrir al-Sham claimed two suicide bombings as part of the battle “Be Steadfast O Worshippers of Allah” in the Jobar neighborhood in Damascus, and announced “liberating” various points in association with other rebel groups in the area.
On the occasion of the sixth anniversary of the Syrian revolution, Abu Jaber Hashem al-Sheikh, the general leader of Tahrir al-Sham Organization addressed the Syrian people, rebel fighters, the independent media and news agencies, and Islamic scholars to help protect and defend the cause of the revolution, and promised to intensify the operations and pressure on the Syrian regime.
Tahrir al-Sham condemned the U.S. airstrike on what it said is a mosque in the town of al-Jineh in Aleppo, and claimed that America pursues a “killer friendship” with the Syrian people.
Tahrir al-Sham denied involvement in the suicide bombing carried out in a judicial building in Damascus on March 15, 2017, which killed over 25 people and wounded at least 60.
Tahrir al-Sham, the group which Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and several militant Syrian groups dissolved into, released a statement rebuking the United Sates for what it called a “selfish” that it applies in regard to Syria.
Tahrir al-Sham, the group into which Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and several Syrian militant factions dissolved, claimed credit for the twin suicide bombing in the Syrian capital, Damascus, in which 74 people were reportedly killed.
Tahrir al-Sham released a statement to reprimand Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement for failing the Syrian revolution and bringing it to a deadlock by refraining from merging into one common entity and by instigating internal fights within the Tahrir al-Sham organization.
Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement condemned Tahrir al-Sham’s “systematic” intimidation of the group, and renewed its call for an arbitration between the parties in an independent Sharia court.
Tahrir al-Sham introduced Abu Muhammad al-Julani, formerly the leader of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, as the group’s General Military Commander in a video statement regarding the recent suicide bombing on the State and Military Security branches in Homs.
Tahrir al-Sham released a video showing the areas of control and current situation in al-Yarmouk Camp, claimed discovering a tunnel belonging to Islamic State (IS), and taking various explosives from pro-regime forces as spoils.
Jihadists introduced the first issue of “Al-Haqiqa,” a Syria-focused magazine composed of previously released content from pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) media groups.
Tahrir al-Sham, the group into which Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and several Syrian militant factions dissolved, claimed credit for the suicide raid at the State and Military Security branches in Homs.