The Tawhid Brigade was created in July 2012 through the merger of a disparate collection of militias from the Sunni Arab countryside surrounding Aleppo. The Tawhid Brigade remains the dominant force in the Aleppo region, although it also has small affiliates elsewhere. It demands some form of Islamic governance, but says that religious minorities should be treated as equal citizens. VideoVideo: 2012 - Videographer, Robert King followed Aleppo's Al-Tawhid Brigade and caught up with Haji-Mara, al-Tawhid Brigade's commander for a rare interview.Video: 23 February 2017 Battalion commander in the Al-Tawhid Brigade shared by Islamic State supporters as "someone who fights against IS" on Telegram .
Al Tawhid Brigade - Syria
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