Civil activists in Idlib, Syria, have announced their opposition to Hayy'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), which is currently controlling large parts of Idlib. The activists also expressed their concerns about the threats they are facing from HTS.
The town of Kafr Nabl in Syria's Idlib Province is still reeling from the deaths of the two activists, Raed Fares and Hamoud Junayd, five days after both men were shot and killed in cold blood outside their office
Clashes between the rebel groups, HTS and NLF, renewed in the Aleppo countryside. The clashes, which allegedly started after the HTS attempted to open a base in the NLF-held Kafr Hamra, have since spread to other areas.
Syrians evacuated from eastern Ghouta after the clashes a few months back have found new life and work in Idlib. While many began to own small business in order to make a living, others still rely on aid and charity organizations.
Hospital in the Syrian town of Kafr Nabl provides free physiotherapy treatment to around 200 patients, despite suffering from financial and human resources. Patients worry that the hospital will shut down if no support is given to it.