International Coalition shelled al-Qaeda in Idlib… why?

For the first time in a long time, warplanes from the US-led International Coalition bombed sites of leaders of al-Qaeda mercenaries and killed many prominent leaders. What are the repercussions of this bombing and why these leaders were targeted?

"Religious Guards" 's organization is considered hardline gangs that is affiliated of al-Qaeda is still active in Idlib province and the western countryside of Aleppo, since being liberated from the regime's grip in 2015, has committed these gangs, most of whose members are non-Syrians, crimes against the Syrian people.

This gang, along with Jebhet al-Nusra and the Turkistani Islamic Party controls on Idlib, the western countryside of Idlib, northern Hama, and eastern Lattakia, the gang and Turkistani Islamic Party receive support from Turkey through a secret crossing in Ain al-Baida on the borders of Idlib and Turkey

On Sunday, the US-led International Coalition aircraft targeted a site where prominent leaders of Religious Guards gathered in the countryside of the First Engineers west of Aleppo.

The source said the leaders killed were prominent, "Abu al-Feda Tunisian, Abu Amr Tunisian, Abu Yahya al-Jazairi, Abu Dar al-Masri, Abu Ibrahim al-Shami, Abu Dujana Tunisian."

According to confirmed information from the region, these leaders refused to fight the Syrian regime in the western countryside of Hama.

America is trying to maintain the presence of its ally in NATO in that region, and does not want to penetrate the regime and Russia, especially in light of their weakness, after Iran withdrew its forces from the battle alongside Hezbollah and thus the loss of military expertise and the inability to progress.

While the Guards of Religion had issued a statement, On the 23rd of last June, its explained that what called "Abu Dhar al-Masri" and "Abu Yahya al-Jazairi", who were killed in the shelling.

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ANHA


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