Two masked men opened fire on a Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham checkpoint in northern Idleb province, killing one fighter and wounding another, Zaman Al-Wasl’s reporter said Sunday.
The masked men, who were riding a motorcycle, attacked the Hamra checkpoint in the western countryside of Idleb.
Also, a security official in Tahrir al-Sham was killed on Saturday in front of his house in the town of Jisr al-Shughour. The perpetrator is still unknown.
Like the Islamic State, Tahrir al-Sham wants to create an Islamic state of its own. Such a dream makes the whole region under its control in northwestern Syria a ground for mounting violations and abuses.
The opposition-held areas have been witnessing a security chaos, both in the Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch areas in northeastern Aleppo, which are under the control of the Turkish-backed National Army, and Idleb province under the control of Tahrir al-Sham and the National Liberation Front.
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