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Curfew imposed after factional conflict in Inkhel, Daraa

Curfew imposed  after factional conflict in Inkhel, Daraa
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Daraa (Syria News) A curfew was imposed in the city of Inkhel, north of Daraa, due to the renewal of conflicts between “Inkhel Martyrs Brigade” and “Houran Fighters Brigade”, Enab Baladi News reported on Tuesday.

The news website stated, today, that the mosques of the area announced a curfew on the area, due to the renewal of conflicts between “Inkhel Martyrs Brigade” and “Houran Fighters Brigade”, while the two factions did not comment on the news.

The conflicts started after the execution of Dhahir al-Zamel, the leader in Inkhel Martyrs Brigades, last December, which was blamed on the leader in Houran Fighters Brigade Yasser al-Badiah.

Furthermore, the confrontations were suspended in early January, after the interference of some factions to stop the conflicts; however, they were resumed today.

Also today, a member of Houran Fighters, known as Awad al-Masaeed, was killed, causing the conflicts to be renewed.

It is noteworthy that when the conflicts broke out, last month, the Inkhel Martyrs Brigade has mobilized large troops and heavy equipment to the town of Samlin, which was announced as a military area, and that coincided with the curfew imposed in the city of Inkhel.

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