This article is about the Syrian armed group. For the Egyptian jihadist group, see Al Furqan Brigades.
Alwiya al-Furqan |
Participant in the Syrian Civil War
Logo of Alwiya al-Furqan
|Leaders||Muhammad Majid al-Khatib|
|Area of operations||
Tajammu Ansar al-Islam (formerly)|
Free Syrian Army|
|Opponents||Syrian Armed Forces|
|Battles and wars|
Alwiya al-Furqan (Arabic: ألوية الفرقان, Criterion Brigades) is an independent rebel group involved in the Syrian Civil War. It claims to be the largest Islamic faction currently operating in Quneitra.
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