Al-Qaida divisions may aid Assad as he eyes Syria’s Idlib
A recent wave of detentions and a spate of violence within al-Qaida have also raised fears of an all-out war between insurgents in the heavily populated province near Turkey as Assad's forces make their push.
By: AP | Beirut | Published: December 19, 2017 2:41 pm
Syrian President Bashar Assad (Syrian Presidency via AP, File)
As President Bashar Assad seeks to reassert his authority in Idlib, the only remaining province in Syria where his forces have almost no presence, he may be aided there by deep fractures within al-Qaida, the militant group that dominates the region.
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