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Al Qaeda affiliate expels Ahrar Al Sham form Maskenh near Aleppo


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2013-12-11

 
 

Radical Islamic group state of Iraq and The Levant took control of the town of Maskenh near Aleppo city after fierce clashes with Ahrar al-Sham movement, activists said.

The Islamic movement is mobilizing its units to retaliate the ISIL offensive and retake the city, sources revealed.

Reports said an intensive mediation by other Islamic groups to avoid bloodshed between the Slafist movement and al-Qaeda affiliated group.

Ahrar al-Sham merged recently with several Syrian rebel groups into the Islamic Front (IF) on November 22, in one of the war's most important developments. Although the political and military opposition has long been fragmented, the new umbrella organization brings seven groups and their combined force of 45,000-60,000 fighters under one command, Mideast experts said.  



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