It looks that militants have gone wild in the Syrian province of Idlib amid a lack of any real progress in their “‘revolution” to overthrow the Damascus governmetn and to establish own rule in the country.
Now, they are forming a new armed group, which is set to capture the city of Aleppo, which was fully liberated by the Syrian Army in 2016.
The formation of this very new group was announced on June 11. It’s entitled Kataib al-Majd and allegedly has about 2,000 fighters.
Following a series of deceive defeats across Syria since the start of the Russian military operation in the country in 2015, some militant leaders have appeared to be unable to change the crouse of the war. However, they are still capable of drawing money from their foreign sponsors. So, the formation of the separate group to capture Aleppo city may be a useful tool to achieve this important goal.