Liwa al-Haqq

On August 11, 2012, a group of Islamist-leaning brigades in Homs formed Liwa al-Haqq. It is now the second-largest faction in Homs, after Kataeb al-Farouq. In late February 2013, Liwa al-Haqq included the following ten groups: Katibat al-Siddiq, Katibat al-Furati, Katibat al-Huda, Katibat al-Naser li-Din Allah, Katibat Sebaa al-Birr, Katibat Shuhada Baba Amr, Kataeb Atbaa al-Rasoul, Katibat al-Ansar, Kataeb al-Bara, Katibat al-Bara bin Malek, and Katibat Seif Allah. According to it founders, Liwa al-Haqq is not a salafi group. It is islamist, but the member factions belong to many different islamic schools of thought.  VideoVideo: 2013 Decription translated from Indonesian "Mujahideen Brigade Baro 'join the Mujahideen Liwa-ul-Haq joined the Mujahideen of the word-i-irun Bisya Nasr in Al Aqshiru Badakki in art school. Mujahideen put 3.5 tons of bombs underground towards the school gate after a fierce shootout between the Mujahideen with bashar assad Shi'ite infidel troops…

Liwa al-Haqq, also known as Liwa Junud Al Haqq is an active group formed c. 2012.
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