Jaish al-Nasr released an infographic outlining the outcome of a two-day battle in the northern countryside of Hama, in which the group claimed regaining control of Zalin Barrier.
In retaliation to the sarin gas attack which hit civilians in Khan Shaykhun, Idlib, rebel groups claimed targeting the regime forces throughout Syria, including in Hama, Latakkia, and al-Ghouta, and regaining control of the city of Mardis, in the northern countryside of Hama.
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".
Rebel groups claimed recapturing points in al-Shaikh S’aeed, Aleppo, and killing and injuring many regime forces in clashes in Hama.
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).
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.
Syrian rebel group Jaish al-Nasr released a video showing the training of fighters from the first cycle of a military training camp.
In response to truce violations by the Syrian regime, Syrian rebel groups including Ahrar al-Sham, Jaish al-Islam, Faylaq al-Sham, and Jaish al-Nasr announced the formation of a new operations room called “Responding to the Injustices.”
Ahrar al-Sham, Jaish al-Islam, Jaish al-Nasr, and other Syrian opposition factions claimed launching a large campaign on the Syrian forces in northern Hama, in response to the attacks by the regime and pro-regime militia on the villages in Lattakia and al-Sahel [the Coast] area.
Prominent Syrian opposition groups announced joining ranks under a campaign they called “Aligning the Ranks,” and claimed seizing several villages and hills from the regime in the countryside of Lattakia.
Opposition Factions in Syria released a statement rejecting pressure to negotiate with the Assad regime until certain humanitarian conditions are improved in Syria.
Following the January 12, 2016 suicide bombing in Istanbul, 35 Syrian opposition groups released a joint statement condemning the attack and expressing solidarity with Turkey.
Following the announcement by Saudi Arabia stating that the country has severed political ties with Iran, 26 Syrian opposition groups released a statement of support for the decision.
Jaish al-Nasr, a Syrian rebel group and member of the Jaish al-Fath (“Army of Conquest”) coalition, published a video featuring the group’s use of a TOW missile against the Syrian army.