Rebel Army Moves Command Center Into Syria From Turkey
Leaders of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) have decided to move its command center from Turkey to Syria, the head of the Military Council conveyed. According to him, the decision was made in order to bring together all rebel groups in Syria. The command center was moved “to the liberated territory” last week. We do not know exactly where it is based,” he said.
Earlier, the command of the FSA has been criticized that it acts from outside Syria, in Turkey.
Meanwhile, heavy fighting was ongoing Saturday in the western province of Aleppo. Moreover, the violence had once again repercussions in neighboring Lebanon, where Syrian rebels attacked last night an army post in the country, according to a military statement.
In Aleppo region, heavy fighting took place early Saturday in the towns of Orm and Kafar Joum, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. At least 11 Syrian soldiers and five rebels were killed in the fighting, according to the London-based organization.
In the province of Deraa (south), security forces carried out a wave of arrests in the city of al-Hara. “Every day, dozens of people are arrested in the region of Deraa,” the cradle of the revolt against the regime of Bashar al-Assad,” said a human right activist.
Violence left 142 dead Friday.