Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, formerly Nusra Front, executed six opposition fighters on Monday over claims of pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group in the southern Quneitra province, activists said.
The six men, who were born in the village of Danaji in the capital’s western countryside, had been arrested by the key Islamist group six months ago.
Activists Musab al-Ahmed said Fateh al-Sham had refused to hand over the fighters to the Justice House in Daraa province to consider their case.
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