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.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) and the Jaish al-Fateh coalition of Syrian opposition groups denied involvement in the killing of Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov, calling a disseminated announcement of their responsibility “forged.”
Groups within the Jaish al-Fath coalition reported capturing various areas previously lost to the regime forces in Aleppo, while killing “dozens” during clashes.
Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement released a video of the group’s leader Muhannad al-Masri giving a speech on the dissolution of Jund al-Aqsa.
Al Muhajirun, a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, released a video showing the “military conquest” of Jaish al-Fateh in the battle of “lifting the siege” of Aleppo.
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.”
Jaish al-Fateh’s Security Office claimed arresting three Islamic State (IS) fighters after discovering an IS cell in Idlib.
Jaish al-Fateh coalition groups claimed taking control of several points in the large offensive launched to “Lift the Siege of Aleppo” following clashes with pro-regime militia and regime soldiers.
An alleged associate of the Nusra Front (NF), al-Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate group, claimed that over 150 defectors from the Islamic State (IS) had entered territory held by opposition groups, and called for a larger and more organized embrace of such fighters.
The Jaish al-Fath (“Army of Conquest”) coalition, spearheaded by the Syrian al-Qaeda affiliate the Nusra Front (NF), launched a comprehensive attack against the regime forces in Mount al-Turkman and Mount al-Akrad in Lattakia, and claimed capturing multiple areas.
Nusra Front (NF), al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria, claimed full control over Khalasa, Zitan, and Berna as part of the offensive launched on the pro-regime forces by Jaish al-Fath in the southern countryside of Aleppo.
As a result of Jaish al-Fath’s offensive against the pro-regime forces in Khalasa south of Aleppo, Nusra Front (NF), al-Qaeda branch in Syria and the leading group of the Jaish al-Fath coalition, claimed capturing the village following a suicide bombing carried out by one of its fighters.
Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement and Ajnad al-Sham claimed taking control of Ma’rratha and Qa’alajiyah villages in the battles against the pro-regime militia forces led by the Jaish al-Fath coalition in the southern countryside of Aleppo, and reported clashes and activity in the surrounding villages in a video.
Groups participating in the Jaish al-Fath (“Army of Conquest”) coalition, spearheaded by the Syrian al-Qaeda affiliate the Nusra Front (NF), announced that they “liberated” several areas from the Syrian regime in Aleppo, releasing photo reports and videos from the areas.
Groups participating in the Jaish al-Fath (Army of Conquest) coalition, spearheaded by Syrian al-Qaeda affiliate the Nusra Front (NF), have announced a new offensive against the regime forces in Khan Touman and the nearby villages in south Aleppo, releasing multiple reports, updates, and photos from the area.
A German-language jihadi Telegram channel called for migration to Syria amid a recently renewed offensive against regime forces in Syria.
Jaish al-Fath (“Army of Conquest”), a coalition of al-Nusra Front and Islamist rebel groups in Syria, has been re-established in an offensive against the regime forces in south Aleppo, Lattakia, and Hama area. Twitter and Telegram channels announced the formation on May 1, 2016.
Al Muhajirun, a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, published the first episode of a series of interviews with fighters and workers in the country.
A photograph of an alleged Jaish al-Fath document claimed that Syrian opposition group Jund al-Aqsa would be suspending activities within the coalition’s Executive Force department in Idlib.
Faylaq al-Sham released a statement announcing its separation from the Jaish al-Fath coalition and its decision to focus efforts on the battle in Aleppo.