Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) reported engaging in numerous clashes with Ahrar al-Sham and Nour al-Din Zinki, the leading groups within the Jabhat Tahrir Suriya (JTS) umbrella, and gaining control of several villages in the countryside of Aleppo and Idlib.
Three of the most significant rebel factions in Syria – Tahrir al-Sham, Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement, and Faylaq al-Sham – announced forming a Shura Council for the city of Ma’rat al-Numan, in the countryside of Idlib, to help protect and develop the city.
The Security Forces of Jaish al-Fateh declared its territories will be closed to any internal conflicts in an undated statement released following numerous announcements regarding recent incidents, clashes, and disagreements amongst rebel factions and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham.
Twelve Syrian opposition factions jointly signed a statement criticizing the Syrian regime for breaking the terms of the ceasefire and threatening that the agreement will soon become "null and void".
The Levantine Front, Faylaq al-Sham, Jaish al-Islam (North), Suqoor al-Sham, and other rebel factions of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) announced an initiative to merge in one “strong coalition” against the Syrian regime.
Groups within the Jaish al-Fath coalition reported capturing various areas previously lost to the regime forces in Aleppo, while killing “dozens” during clashes.
The General Commission of Eastern Ghouta released a statement encouraging the merger of rebel groups to fight under one command against the Syrian regime.
Syrian rebel factions, including Faylaq al-Sham, Jaish al-Nasr, and the Levantine Front, released statements eulogizing Suqoor al-Shimal military commander Ahmad Khayriyah, who was killed in the northern countryside of Aleppo in battles against the Islamic State (IS).
Faylaq al-Sham announced that Baha’ Nazal, the group’s military commander in Hama, was killed by elements of the Islamic State (IS).
Syran rebel group Faylaq al-Sham reported clashes against the Syrian regime forces in the southern countryside of Hama, and gains from the Islamic State (IS) in the northern countryside of Aleppo.
Faylaq al-Sham claimed killing six Russian officers and several Iranian and Syrian officers in Hama, Syria after having “tracked and monitored” them for more than three months.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement, Faylaq al-Sham, Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP), and other Syrian rebel factions announced the launch of operation al-Ashoura in Mount al-Akrad in the countryside of Latakkia, and claimed “liberating” various villages from the Syrian regime.
Faylaq al-Sham, Jaish al-Islam, the Nuruddin al-Zinki Movement, and thirteen other rebel groups in Syria declared standing in support of the Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement “militarily, security-wise, and morally” following the group’s accusation that Jund al-Aqsa has ties to the Islamic State (IS).
Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement, Faylaq al-Sham, and The Levantine Front released statements of condolence following the suicide bombing carried out by the Islamic State (IS), which targeted rebel fighters in Atmah border crossing, Idlib.
Faylaq al-Sham claimed capturing Ma’an village and Bazzam Hill in the countryside of Hama from the regime forces, and new advances on Islamic State (IS)-held territory surrounding Jarabulus, Aleppo.
Following the takeover of Jarabulus, Faylaq al-Sham announced capturing over a dozen of villages from the Islamic State surrounding the city in the west and south. Reports of the new advances were shared via Twitter and Telegram channels between August 27 and 30, 2016.
Fatah Halab Operations Room released footage of attacks on the regime forces in the southern countryside of Aleppo, and claimed repelling an attempted advance of the Syrian army onto the Technical College in the city.
Syrian rebel groups announced recapturing Jarabulus from the Islamic State (IS) following Operation “Shield of the Euphrates,” which was supported by the Turkish armed forces.
Rebel groups participating in the campaign dedicated to “lifting the siege of Aleppo” claimed seizing factories in Ramousah, and repelling an attempted advance by the regime and pro-regime militia forces in Mahrouqat Hill.
Jaish al-Fateh groups claimed seizing villages in the countryside of Aleppo during the third phase of their campaign attempting to “Lift the Siege of Aleppo,” which they called “Invasion of Ibrahim al-Yusuf.”