After Aleppo battles.. Idlib militias' intense dispute
Ahrar al-Sham militia said they arrested three members of the organization Jund al-Aqsa were planning operations to assassinate the leaders of the militias in Saraqeb, while Jund al-Aqsa militia accused Ahrar al-Sham fabricating confessions of its militants detainees.
Breaking News Network special sources said that this exchange of accusations between Ahrar al-Sham and Jund al-Aqsa came after militant of al-Aqsa refused to go to fight in north or south of Aleppo, arguing that duties restricted to fight in Idlib and surroundings only.
On the other hand, special sources in Idlib said that cleavage Shariah Committee in militia Jund al-Aqsa because of what commission called the "exaggeration" in the actions of the soldiers and the infidels for the rest of the factions and not taking a "legitimate opinion" issued by the committee.
The sources pointed out that the legitimacy of the Committee of Jund al-Aqsa demanded to go to support groups in Aleppo countryside without having to coordinate with ISIS, while Jund al-Aqsa leaders insist on what they call the "necessity of jihad act" needs coordination with ISIS to confront the Syrian Army advances in northern regions of Syria.
The source confirms that the legitimate Committee is currently under the protection of Jabhat al-Nusra; it is likely to declare its allegiance to the leader "Abu Mohammed Joulani" during the coming hours.
It is noteworthy that the maximum recruited from factions that refuse to fight ISIS by the rest of the north factions including Jabhat al-Nusra. Furthermore, a factory for improvised explosive devices related to Jund al-Aqsa exploded due to a mistake of one of its members, in the city of Idlib, killing 20 and wounded others.