Monday, March 28, 2016
Terrorists ISIS and Al-Qaeda go to war with one another in western Syria.
Terrorists ISIS and Al-Qaeda go to war with one another in western Syria. (AM).
Two of the largest terrorist organizations in Syria are once again at war with one another after an Al-Qaeda linked group launched a surprise assault on the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham’s (ISIS) defenses in the Qalamoun Mountains.
Jabhat Al-Joulan (Al-Qaeda franchise) carried out an attack on ISIS’ positions inside the villages of Wadi Al-Zamrani and Wadi Al-Murtabiyah, resulting in a violent battle that claimed the lives 23 Jihadists.
ISIS was able to repel the large-scale assault that was launched by Jabhat Al-Joulan on Sunday; however, not before they lost 13 combatants along the western slopes of the Qalamoun Mountains.
Despite their military failure in the Qalamoun Mountains, Jabhat Al-Joulan only lost a total of 10 fighters during their battle with ISIS on Sunday, leaving the aforementioned terrorist group with the higher death toll. Read the full story here.