Mujaheddin Ghuroba storm Kafr Ta'al.
Details & Photos
On 2 September 2023, in response to the regime and Russian air force bombardments, the jihadist group Mujaheddin Ghuroba, under the directives and supervision of the Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) “al-Fateh al-Mubin operations room”, stormed Syrian government army positions in the village of Kafr Ta’al, on the axis of the 46th regiment, in the western countryside of Aleppo governorate.
The group is also known in Syria as Mujaheddin Ghuroba Division, Quvvat Ghuroba, Ghuroba Community and was previously known as Katibat al-Ghuroba.
It is a jihadist group composed of Uzbeks, Tajiks and Uyghurs, which has been integrated into HTS for about a couple of years as Liwa Umar ibn al-Khattab (in the photos and video, the patch on the Liwa uniforms of HTS can be seen).
G'uroba Media, the group’s media channel released on 3 September, the day after the attack, a photo report which it shows the fighters of the jihadist group first preparing, gearing up and preparing strategies, then conducting the attack.