Al-Nusra front launches a campaign of arrests against the opposition of the Islamic liberation party in Idlib.
The sources indicated that the militants of “Al-Nusra” front launched a large arrest campaign in the town of Atma, which is located on the border with the Iskenderun Brigade north of Idlib, during which dozens of islamic liberation party militants, including two leaders, were taken to the organization’s prisons.
The sources explained that the campaign came suddenly, as “Al-Nusra’s” militants stormed the town and raided several homes of the party members, which led to the party trying to confront them.
which resulted in several clashes that lasted for hours in the town, and ended after the arrival of a large military reinforcements to “Al-Nusra”.
The sources indicated that “Al-Nusra” gunmen forced a security cordon on the town, as the women’s demonstrations demanded the release of the detainees, but the demonstration ended after the gunmen fired random bullets in order to disperse it.
It is noteworthy that the “Islamic Liberation Party” is known to be one of the strongest opposition parties in the “Al-Nusra” front, and its activity and its spread has increased recently in northern Idlib regions, with its calls to expel Al-Nusra from the regions of the province, blaming it for the poor living and security situation these areas are witnessing because of arbitrary organization practices and thefts.