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Alwiya al-FurqanParticipant in the Syrian Civil War
Logo of Alwiya al-Furqan
|Leaders||Muhammad Majid al-Khatib|
|Area of operations||
Quneitra Governorate (formerly)|
Damascus Governorate (formerly)
Daraa Governorate (formerly)
Tajammu Ansar al-Islam (formerly)|
Fatah Halab (formerly)
Free Syrian Army|
|Opponents||Syrian Armed Forces|
|Battles and wars||
Alwiya al-Furqan (Arabic: ألوية الفرقان, Criterion Brigades) was an independent Islamist rebel group involved in the Syrian Civil War. It claimed to be the largest Islamist rebel faction that operated in the eastern Quneitra Governorate.
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