Islamic Front -- Syria

The Islamic Front was formed on November 22, 2013 as a coalition of major rebel groups in Syria. The coalition is comprised of:Harakat Ahrar as-Sham,Suqur as-Sham,Liwa at-Tawhid,  Jaysh al-Islam,Jabhat al-Kurdiyya,Liwa al-Haqq andAhrar as-Sham.This new coalition is not to be confused with the Syrian Islamic Front (SIF) or the Syrian Islamic Liberation Front (SLF/SILF). The same day The Syrian Islamic Front (SIF), which was formed in December 2012, was dissolved by Harakat Ahrar as-Sham’s Hassan Abboud in favor of the new Islamic Front.  It should also be known that there is an established Kashmiri group with the same name but no affiliation with the Syrian Islamic Front whatsoever.VideoVideo: 2013 Announcement of the alliance and new group formed Islamic Front.Video: 2013 interview with the group’s leader Abu Issa as-Sheikh ( see @aleesa71 on Twitter) after the Islamic Front’s formation

Islamic Front -- Syria, also known as Jabhat al-Islamiyya is an active group formed c. 2013.
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