Syrian Civil War: Extremely Close Combat In Syria

Syrian Civil War: Extremely Close Combat In Syria
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Video shows two angles of the same event. Clashes between Jaish al-Islam and ISIS in the Tishreen neighborhood of Damascus. Army of Islam surrounds building full of ISIS, leading to the surrender of several. One fighter decides to make a last stand rather than surrender.
Jaysh al-Islam (Arabic: جيش الإسلام‎, meaning Army of Islam), formerly known as Liwa al-Islam or the Brigade of Islam, is a merger of many rebel groups involved in the Syrian Civil War. It operates chiefly in the Damascus neighborhoods of Douma and Eastern Ghouta. The group is part of the Islamic Front. Liwa al-Islam was the largest rebel faction located in Damascus. Saudi Arabia is preparing to give the group millions of dollars to “arm and train” the fighters in Jaysh al-Islam. Instructors from Pakistan will reportedly be used to help train the group. The organization has rejected membership of the Free Syrian Army. It has been critical of Hamas, accusing Khaled Mashal of having Iranian links
The Syrian Civil War (Arabic: الحرب الأهلية السورية‎), also known as the Syrian Revolution, is an ongoing armed conflict taking place in Syria. The unrest began in the early spring of 2011 within the context of Arab Spring protests, with nationwide protests against President Bashar al-Assad’s government, whose forces responded with violent crackdowns. The conflict gradually morphed from popular protests to an armed rebellion after months of military sieges.
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