FSA’s Fursan al-Haq Brigade Completes Training of Second Batch of Fighters
The FSA-affiliated Fursan al-Haq Brigade announced the graduation of the second batch of trainees, composed of 80 recruits after receiving military training for a period of 45 days in one of the brigade’s training camps in northern Syria.
Commander of the brigade Lieutenant-Colonel Faris al-Bayoush said the recruits were trained on the use of weapons, combat operations, and military discipline. He also said that the training camps are supervised by professional army officers who defected from pro-regime forces.
He stresses that the new recruits will fight until all Syrian territory is liberated from the Assad regime, the Hezbollah militias, and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps as well as of ISIS, pointing out that they are strongly committed to the principles of the revolution and seek to achieve the aspirations of the Syrian people for freedom and dignity.
Bayoush noted that the brigade set upon training the third batch of recruits three days ago. The new batch is composed of 117 of troops who receive training for three months.
It is worth noting that Fursan al-Haq Brigade was formed in September 2012, and operates in rural southern Idlib and western rural Aleppo. (Source: Syrian Coalition)