HTS has notified more than a dozen Muhajir families from different parts of the world that they have four days to vacate their ghaneema homes in Idlib, Syria. A ghaneema house is a home that was confiscated by rebel forces from known supporters of the previous regime of Bashar al-Assad, including members of his security force.
Idlib city was captured by the now defunct group Jaysh Al Fath which consisted of a large number of rebel groups, including Jabha Nusra which is now HTS. Some of those who were evicted from their homes fought in the battles sustaining injuries protecting the Syrian people.
Many of the families are poor and have little income and complain that they are being unfairly treated because as foreigners they do not belong to large families or tribes that could be able to protect them from HTS’ aggression. Details to follow…