Turkey-Backed Rebels Arrest Several People Seeking Reconciliation with Syrian Gov’t in Idlib
The newly formed “National Liberation Front” (NLF) reportedly arrested several people in Southern Idlib on Wednesday for seeking reconciliation with the Syrian government.
According to a Syrian military report, the Turkish-backed group arrested several people inside the towns of Kafr Naboudah, Tal Hawash, and Tramala, the AMN reported.
The civilians are still being held by the National Liberation Front on charges of collaborating and seeking reconciliation with the Syrian government.
Both the National Liberation Front and Tahrir Al-Sham launched simultaneous security operations in Idlib that sought to identify and arrest government spies and sympathizers.
As a result of these security operations by these militant groups, dozens of people have been arrested, with some even being executed over their alleged ties with the government.
The jihadist rebels also launched a big security operation in Hama and Aleppo provinces that are focused on identifying these government sympathizers.