How Rebels fought Daesh in Manbij and ended up in Kobane | Rebels/Daesh conflict in Eastern Aleppo in 2014

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How Rebels fought Daesh in Manbij and ended up in Kobane | Rebels/Daesh conflict in Eastern Aleppo in 2014

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Since the battles in Eastern Aleppo started last year against Daesh, Rebellion groups in the area were promised to get arms and military supports from the large Rebellion groups like the Islamic Front, and nothing happened. Two months of the daily battles in Manbij area and Qarah Qawzaq near Kobane, and the Rebellion groups in the area were left without any military supports. Rebels in the area were forced to use many methods to kill as much as they can from Daesh fighters, and they killed around 250 member in Manbij area in Eastern Aleppo.

Abu Omar al-Shishani, the top military leader of Daesh, said that he will fight those Rebels who were responsible for killing the large number of Daesh fighters in Manbij area.

By time, Rebels preferred to retreat toward Kobane area after they lost most of their arms in the battles against Daesh. There was a plan by the Islamic Front and Turkey to send military support to them, but nothing received, as what they claimed.

Daesh sent large number of military supports and around 1500 fighters, they were able to take many areas (Sarrin, Qubbah, Ja’dah and Qarah Qawzaq area) and to push Rebels toward Kobane. Rebels ended up in Kobane City fighting alongside the YPG against Daesh.

Later, The Islamic Front told the Rebellion groups in the area that they were not able to support them because of the hard resistance against Daesh in Northern Aleppo and the Regime attempts to besiege the city at the same time, and told them to withdraw to Turkey and enter Northern Aleppo from Bab al-Salamah border crossing and fight Daesh in Northern Aleppo.

Some of Rebellion groups in Kobane moved to Northern Aleppo via Turkey, and others (like Northern Sun Battalions) preferred to stay and fight alongside the YPG against Daesh. Rebels with the YPG and Jabhat al-Akrad managed to open a new military room which was named as Burkan al-Furat, in order to retake the areas they lost in Eastern Aleppo and around Kobane. However, Burkan al-Furat military room failed to change the situation in the area. At the same time, Rebels in Northern Aleppo launched new military operations in order to advance toward Manbij and Jarablus, but they failed and lost the strategic village of al-Rai’.

Source: All the information were written on twitter by “Abu Wisam al-Manbiji” (@abowesam1133).

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