Girish Mahajan

Army of Aleppo

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Headquarters  Aleppo, Syria
Area of operations  Aleppo, Syria
Active  February 2016 — ? (first group)* 1 December 2016 — 21 December 2016
Leaders  Hashem al-Sheikh (February 2016) Abu Abdul Rahman Noor † Abu Bashar al-Mara (overall commander, since December 2016) Abu Ashida'a (Emir, since December 2016 - also heads Ashida'a Mujahideen Brigade)
Originated as  Fatah Halab (became the 2nd iteration of Jaysh al-Halab, southeastern Aleppo)
Allies  Army of Conquest Fatah Halab Jabhat Ansar al-Din

The Jaysh Halab (Arabic: جيش حلب‎, 'Army of Aleppo'‎) was a coalition of Syrian rebel groups based in rebel-held areas inside the city of Aleppo, Syria. The coalition was created by an Ahrar ash-Sham commander with the intent of unifying various rebel groups in Aleppo. After the announcement, nothing was heard of the group until December 2016.

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Initial member groups

The joint operations room consists of both Sunni Islamist and Salafist factions, some being of the Free Syrian Army. On its formation in 6 February 2016, the Ahrar ash-Sham commander issued an ultimatum that ordered 15 rebel factions to join the group within 72 hours.

Re-activation

On 1 December 2016, during the Aleppo offensive, all rebel groups in southeastern Aleppo reportedly merged into the coalition replacing Fatah Halab in southeastern Aleppo. A new commander, Abu Abdul Rahman Noor was named. On 9 December a new emir was named, Abu Ashida'a

The 2nd iteration of the group includes:

References

Army of Aleppo Wikipedia


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