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The Islamic State clashed with tribal gunmen in Abo Hamam in Deir Izzour, with regime forces in Hama, and with Kurdish YPG fighters in Aleppo. The Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic Front battled regime forces in Jobar in Damascus, and in Hama near Morek and the military airport. The Islamic Front also clashed with regime forces in Homs, Idlib, Deraa, Quneitra, and Hama; and battled the IS and regime forces in separate clashes in Aleppo.
The Islamic State battled regime forces in Hasakah; set up a marriage bureau and slit a man's throat in Al Bab in Aleppo; and clashed with regime forces, and arrested civilians and prevented them from visiting tombs in Deir Izzour. The Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic Front clashed with regime forces in Aleppo; in Hama near Morek, in the northwestern countryside, and along the Hama City-Mharde road; in Homs; and in Reef Dimashq near al Mhleha and Qalamoun. The rebel drive in Hama is said to be aimed at destroying the military airport. The Islamic Front also fought regime forces in Aleppo, where the group blew up two tunnels under a police headquarters in Old Aleppo; in Deir Izzour near the military airport; and in Deraa, where the group targeted military housing and hospital facilities.
The Islamic State arrested and flogged people in Deir Izzour, where it also ambushed Islamic Front fighters and exiled a member of the Al Nusrah Front's former sharia council. The Islamic State clashed with regime forces in Hasakah and took over the Melabeyyi Regiment; lost control of the Sha'er gas field in Homs to regime forces yesterday; and in Aleppo, battled regime forces near Kweris airport, fought against the Islamic Front, Al Nusrah, and Jabhat al Akrad in the northern Aleppo countryside, and clashed with Kurdish YPG forces in Ayn al-Arab. In Idlib, 35 Islamic fighters defected and headed to Raqqah to join the IS, and a suicide car bombing in Atama yesterday killed nine people, including an Islamic Front commander. Al Nusrah and the Islamic Front clashed with regime forces in Reef Dimashq; Damascus; Deraa; and Aleppo, where they were joined by Ansar Al Din Front, Al Muhajereen, Al Ansar army, Fajer Al Islam, and rebels. The Islamic Front also clashed with regime forces in Hama. A car bombing in Homs targeting the Alawite and Christian neighborhood of Atama killed at least seven people.
The Islamic State killed 50 regime troops in Raqqah and forced regime forces to abandon Division 17; at least 28 IS fighters have been killed in the clashes. The Islamic State also battled regime forces in Homs and Aleppo. The Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic Front clashed with regime forces in Deraa, Reef Dimashq, and Damascus. Al Nusrah ambushed regime troops near a military airport in Idlib. The Islamic Front fought regime forces in Aleppo, Hama, Damascus, and Deraa. Al Nusrah released a video featuring American suicide bomber Moner Mohammad Abu Salha (a.k.a. Abu Hurayra al Amriki), who blew himself up in Idlib in May.
The Islamic State clashed with regime forces in Hasakah, where it used NDF fighters and three suicide bombers to storm a Ba'ath headquarters in Hasakah city, killing at least 14 soldiers; arrested people in western Deir Izzour; battled the Islamic Front and Jabhat al-Akrad in Ikhtren, and fought the Kurdish YPG near Jarabalus in Aleppo; and took over the chemistry battalion in the 17th division after clashes and two car bomb attacks against regime forces in Raqqah, and also beheaded six soldiers and displayed their heads in Raqqah city. A general was killed in the fighting, and the regime conducted 14 airstrikes in Raqqah. Today's IS attacks in Hasakah, Aleppo, and Raqqah are reportedly the first time the group has carried out such coordinated attacks on regime forces. The Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic Front clashed with regime forces in Reef Dimashq, Damascus, and Aleppo. The Islamic Front also battled regime forces in Hama, Homs, and Deraa.