Rebels member arrested on drugs and weapons charges, reportedly had ties to Abu Sayyaf
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The BBC is not putting a figure on the number of people being held, but it would seem to be a substantial number, including many senior leaders.
Who were these leaders? How did they get to Al-Daraa?
The story of Abu S카지노 로얄 토렌트ayyaf is being told by the local people’s groups, based in different parts of northern Syria. Their accounts are closely backed by the local government, and the army, but in many respects their stories have been remarkably consistent.
Abu Sayyaf is one of the largest armed groups in rebel-held Syria. In a country wracked by civil war since 2011, it now claims to be the largest armed group in Syria at its core, and to have an estimated 10,000 fighters on the ground, mostly in the north-eastern provinces.
It has also taken some form of control of a number of other smaller groups, with its fighters, with the notable exception of the Syrian Islamic Front, having taken part in various offensives.
But a number of local activists told me that the core of Abu Sayyaf, including senior members, were based in Al-Daraa. These reports are the same people who told me that most of al-Qaeda’s top leadership was based in the province at the heart of its ambitions in the country’s north.
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It seems that these fighters – not just its leaders, but also many civilians caught up in an aerial campaign launched in 2011 – are still being held captive in al-Qaeda-held territories across the country. These groups, some with large numbers of defecting fighters from al-Qaeda, have been trying to leave for al-Qaeda-controlled territory, not just to escape arrest and torture, but also, increasingly, to get from one side of the country to the other.
What happened to Abu Sayyaf?
Since 2013, most of its top figures are believed to have been based in al-Qaim (in Nu