Intense Infighting Reported among Two Terrorist Rivals in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus

Latest reports from local sources in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus show of intense infighting between two terrorist factions in the area.

Jeish al-Islam has gained control of several positions after battling and killing dozens of Faylaq al-Rahman and Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board) rival terrorist group.

Corresponding OSINT reports reveal that Jeish al-Islam militants attacked the positions of Faylaq al-Rahman and Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at in Beit Sawa and al-Ash’ari regions in Eastern Ghouta, causing heavy losses between the two rival factions.

Jeish al-Islam managed to take control of several points occupied by Faylaq al-Rahman near the town of Hamouriyeh in the Central parts of Eastern Ghouta.

Relevant developments indicate that Jeish al-Islam forces launched a fresh round of attacks on rival terrorist groups in Eastern Ghouta whereby dozens of militants from either side have so far been killed.

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