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Mercenary-terrorist gangs affiliated to Al-Qaeda, and supported by Saudis and Turkish  regimes, deployed chemical weapons, mortars and Grad rockets during a recent attack on Aleppo’s Kurdish-controlled Sheikh Maqsoud district.
In the morning of 7 April 2016 at 12.00 the terrorist factions of the so-called “Syrian opposition coalition”, Jaysh al-Islam and the gangs of Ahrar al-Sham, Sultan Murad, Fastqm, Nour al-Din al-Zenki, Jund al-Aqsa and Hamza apes, shelled Sheikh Maksoud neighborhood in Aleppo with chemical materials and gases.
Videos showed a yellow cloud rising above buildings, while the Kurdish Red Crescent later stated that the hospitalized victims of the attack displayed signs of Chlorine poisoning.

Jaysh al-Islam is one of the two major terrorist gangs in Syria supported by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, and is part of a larger coalition so-called “the Islamic Front”. The gang is considered a terrorist organization by Syria’s allies Russia and Iran, and also by Egypt. It describes as “brothers” fighters of the Al-Nusra Front, the Syrian branch of Al-Qaeda, which is considered a terrorist group by the UN and many nations.
Mohammed Alloush, the brother of Jaysh al-Islam founder Zahran Alloush, was elected chief negotiator for UN-backed peace talks in Geneva.
Zahran Alloush was reportedly killed by a Russian airstrike days later.