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President Assad claimed that the Syrian conflict has reached a turning point in terms of the regime's military achievements and national reconciliation. The Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic Front clashed with regime forces in Hama, Aleppo, and Reef Dimashq. The Islamic Front also battled regime forces in Deraa, Idlib, and Homs. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fought against Al Nusrah and the Islamic Front in Deir Izzour. ISIS controls al Bab city in Aleppo.
Both state media and rebel sources claimed that a poison gas attack injured dozens of people in the village of Kfar Zeita in Hama, and blamed each other. State media said the attack involved chlorine gas and was carried out by the Al Nusrah Front, and warned that the group was planning other chemical attacks in Hama and in the Wadi Deif area of Idlib. Al Nusrah tried to take over a regime checkpoint in Idlib. Al Nusrah and Islamic fighters clashed with regime forces in Hama; in Reef Dimashq; in Latakia, where they were joined by the Junoud al Sham, Ahrar al Sham, Sham al Islam, and Ansar al Sham; and in Aleppo, where, in some of the fiercest fighting in two years in the city, they were joined by the al Muhajireen army, al Ansar battalion, and rebels. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fought against Kurdish YPG forces in Aleppo. Al Nusrah released a video in which an Australian member of its sharia council provided background on the long-simmering dispute between Al Nusrah and ISIS.
In the town of Albu Kamal in Deir Izzour near the Iraqi border, 86 people were killed as the Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic Front recaptured the border town from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham. Al Nusrah and the Islamic Front also battled regime forces in Deir Izzour, in Reef Dimashq, and in Idlib, where they were joined by the al Umma brigade. ISIS clashed with Islamic fighters and the Kurdish YPG in Raqqah, and with Islamic fighters and rebels in Aleppo. In a video, German jihadist Denis Mamadou Cuspert (a.k.a.Abu Talha al-Almani) stated his allegiance to ISIS and called for recruits. A member of al Qaeda's shura committee urged that jihadist infighting in Syria be submitted to sharia council arbitration, and a group of prominent ideologues called on al Qaeda's emir to address problems posed by ISIS.
Regime forces clashed violently with the Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic Front in Latakia; the military emir for Al Nusrah in Darkoush was killed. In Deir Izzour near the Iraq border the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fought against Al Nusrah and the Islamic Front, and at least 54 fighters are said to have been killed, of which 12 were from ISIS. In Aleppo, Al Nusrah, the Islamic Front, the al Muhajireen Army, and the al Ansar battalion clashed with regime forces; and Islamic fighters targeted ISIS in northeastern Reef Aleppo.