The spillover of the Syrian Civil War is the impact of the Syrian Civil War in the Arab world. Since the first protests during the Arab Spring, the increasingly violent Syrian Civil War has been both a proxy war for the major Arab powers, Turkey and Iran, and a potential launching point for a wider regional war. Fears of the latter were realized when the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a Salafi Jihadist militant group and alleged former al-Qaeda affiliate, established itself in Syria in 2013, and later combined with the Iraqi Civil War into a single conflict the following year. The spillover of the Syrian Civil War is often dubbed as the Arab Winter.

Lebanon (2011–present)

Syrian opposition
al-Qaeda network and allies
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant  Lebanon
Allies of the Syrian government
Other militias
Free Syrian Army
Islamic Front

Supported by:

Future Movement



Al-Nusra Front

Fatah al-Islam

Jund al-Sham

Ghuraba al-Sham

Osbat al-Nour

Abdullah Azzam Brigades
Sunni Resistance Committees

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

 Lebanon


Syrian Social Nationalist Party
Hezbollah[35]
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command[260]

Amal Movement

Arab Democratic Party

Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine

Popular Nasserist Organization

As-Sa’iqa
Fatah al-Intifada
Arab Movement Party

Supported by:

Syria

Iran

Russia



Lebanese Communist Party

Fatah

Turkey (2012–present

Syrian government and allies Turkey and allies  Rojava and allies  Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
 Syria

 Russia

Syrian Resistance
Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party–Front

 Turkey

Grey Wolves
Syrian Turkmen Brigades
Army of Conquest
Free Syrian Army

 Rojava

 Russia

Kurdistan Workers Party

Army of Revolutionaries
International Freedom Battalion

TKP-Kıvılcım

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Israel (2012-present)


Syrian government
and allies

al-Qaeda network

Syrian National Council

Israel

Syria


Iran


Hezbollah

Jaysh al-Muwahhideen

Palestinian Islamic Jihad


Al-Nusra Front



Free Syrian Army

Supported by:

Hamas[113]


Israel

Jordan (2012-present)


Jordan and allies

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Jordan

 United States

 United Arab Emirates


Free Syrian Army

New Syrian Army

Islamic State of Iraq and the LevantIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Iraq (2013–present)

SyriaSyrian government
and allies
Iraqi Resistance and allies Islamic State of Iraq and the LevantIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant
 Syria

 Iraq

 Iran


 Iraqi Kurdistan

Rojava

Kurdistan Workers’ Party[273]

Party of Free Life of Kurdistan[274]

Sinjar Alliance

Assyrian forces



Iraqi Turkmen Front


CJTF-OIR

IraqFree Iraqi Army
Political Council for the Iraqi Resistance

Supreme Command for Jihad and Liberation

General Military Council for Iraqi Revolutionaries
Anbar Tribal Council
1920 Revolution Brigade
Jaish al-Rashideen

Islamic State of Iraq and the LevantIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Detailed list

Syrian government and allies

Name Leader Involved since Strength Description Ideology
Syrian Armed Forces Bashar al-Assad March 2011 Approximately 178,000[280] Government’s primary military force. Syrian nationalism
Secularism
National Defense Force Bashar al-Assad 2013[281] 100,000[282] Government counter-insurgency force. Syrian nationalism
Secularism
Syrian Social Nationalist Party 6,000-8,000[283] Lebanese-Syrian militia allied with the government Syrian nationalism
Secularism
Ba’ath Brigades Bashar al-Assad 2012 7,000[284] Pro-government counter-insurgency militia. Ba’athism
Syrian nationalism
Secularism
Syrian Resistance Mihraç Ural 2011 2,000 Pro-government Marxist militia composed of mostly Alawites. Socialism
Marxism-Leninism
Secularism
Arab Nationalist Guard 2013 1,000+[285] Pan-Arabic group from various Arab Countries. Secularism
Pan-Arabism
Anti-Zionism
Shia Militias:
Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah 2012[281] 2,000[286] Militant group based in Lebanon. Shia Islamism
Liwa Abu al-Fadhal al-Abbas Abu Ajeeb 2012 10,000[13] Shia Syrian militant group formed due to desecration of shrines, heritage sites and place of worship by the rebels. It is active around Damascus. Shia Islamism
Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq Akram al-Kaabi 2012 An offshoot of Iraqi Shia insurgent group. It is active around Aleppo. Shia Islamism
Kata’ib Hezbollah 2012 An Iraqi Shia militia Shia Islamism
Badr Organization 2012 An Iraqi Shia militia Shia Islamism
Kata’ib Sayyid al-Shuhada 2013 An Iraqi Shia militia Shia Islamism

Syrian opposition and allies

Name Leader Involved since Strength Description Ideology
Sunni Militias:
Free Syrian Army Abdul-Ilah al-Bashir July 2011 40,000[287] Main opposition group. Initially an umbrella term for defected Syrian soldiers, later became more organized. Includes some non-Sunnis unlike other opposition groups. Syrian nationalism
Anti-Ba’athism
Ajnad al-Sham Islamic Union Muhammad Abu al-Fatih December 2013 15,000[288] Merger of Damascus area rebel groups[288] Sunni Islamism
Sham Legion Mondher Saras[102] 10 March 2014[102] Alliance of 19 different groups[289] Islamic democracy[102]
Authenticity and Development Front Khalid al-Hammad November 2012 13,000[290] Sunni Islamism
Army of Mujahedeen January 2014[291] ≈5,000[292] Coalition of Aleppo area Islamist rebels formed to fight ISIL. SunniIslamism

Al-Qaeda network

Name Leader Involved since Strength Description Ideology
Al-Nusra Front Abu Mohammad al-Jolani[294] January 2012 7,000[295]–15,000[296] Designated by the US as a terrorist group. Pledged allegiance to Al-Qaeda. Salafist jihadism
Islamic fundamentalism
Jabhat Ansar al-Din[159] 25 July 2014[159] Alliance of independent jihadist groups[159][297] Salafist jihadism

Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant

Name Leader Involved since Strength Description Ideology
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi April 2013 80,000 (up to 50,000 in Syria and 30,000 in Iraq)[298][299] Formerly Al-Qaeda‘s branch in Iraq, it has declared itself a Caliphate and is now in conflict with most other rebel groups, the Assad government and Kurdish militias. Designated or called a terrorist group by the United Nations Security Council, the US and other states. Salafist jihadism
Islamic fundamentalism
Caliphate

Syrian Democratic Forces and allies

Name Leader Involved since Strength Description Ideology
People’s Protection Units (YPG) /
Women’s Protection Units (YPJ)
Sipan Hemo 2012 50,000 [300][301][302] YPG and YPJ are the armed forces of the People’s Council of West Kurdistan (MGRK), which is dominated by the Democratic Union Party (PYD). While the PYD wants it to be the armed forces of all Kurdish Supreme Committee, the Kurdish National Council (ENKS) member parties prefer their own parties’ militias. Democratic Confederalism
Communalism
Kurdish autonomy.[301][303][304][305]
Jabhat al-Akrad Hajji Ahmed Kurdi 2012 7,000[306] Ex-Free Syrian Army brigade, close to YPG and the PYD party, formed the Army of Revolutionaries in May 2015. Pro-Kurdish rights
Anti-Assad government
Northern Sun Battalion Raizan Abu Muhammad 2014 Unknown The main part of the Dawn of Freedom Brigades of the FSA, formed the Army of Revolutionaries in May 2015. Unknown
Al-Sanadid Forces Bandar al-Humaydi 2013 2,500[307] Militia made of Shammar tribesmen in the Hasakah Governorate. Unknown
Kurdish National Council(KNC) Feysel Yusuf 2012 1,500[192]
Note: Figure claimed by the leader of one minor party within the bloc, but no known participation in any conflict.
Opposition alliance of smaller Kurdish parties within the Supreme Committee
Note: Largely dominated by the KDP-S, which also formed a separate caucus called the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union. Most members are politically tied to either the KDP or the PUK in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Kurdish nationalism
Kurdish autonomy
Liberal democracy

Coalitions

Note:

  • Groups that are part of multiple coalitions or sub-groups are listed twice, although their subsequent sub-groups will not necessarily be repeated.
  • This section aims to include all sub-groups involved in the Syrian Civil War. It is incomplete.

Rebel coalitions

Active nationwide coalitions

Free Syrian Army
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgFree Syrian Army
Syrian Turkmen Brigades[308]

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgLevant Front
Sham Legion
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgJaish al-Tahrir

  • Levant Front (Hama)
  • 46th Division
  • 312th Division
  • 9th Brigade
  • Al-Haq Company

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgGhuraba al-Sham[309]
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgNational Unity Brigades

  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAbdel Rahman al-Shabandar Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgMartyrs of the Syrian Revolution Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgJoul Jamal Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgMartyrs of Badama Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgMartyrs of the Wastani Mountains Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAhmad Maryoud Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgYoussef Al-Admeh Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgTamer Al-Awam Brigade

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgMountain Hawks Brigade
Flag of Jihad.svgHizb ut-Tahrir

  • Flag of Jihad.svgSaad Bin Moaz Battalion (Hama province)
    • Flag of Jihad.svgal-Nasser Brigades
    • Flag of Jihad.svgZiaab al-Ghab Brigade

13th Division
Northern Division

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svg19th Division
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgNorthern Storm Brigade
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAhrar al-Jazeera[310]
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgLiwa Thuwwar al-Raqqa[311][312]
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgJaish al-Salam

  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgJihad in the Path of God Brigade[313]
  • Al-Tahrir Brigade
  • Jund al-Haramein Brigade
  • Ahrar al-Tabqa Brigade
  • Umanaa al-Raqqa Brigade
  • Harun al-Rashid Brigade
  • Tall Abyad Revolutionaries Front

Flag of Jaysh al-Thuwar.svgArmy of Revolutionaries

Battalion of the Free Men of Hadr (Quneitra) [315]
Sultan Pasha Al-Atrash Battalion (As-Suwayda) [316]
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgFree Alawite Front [317]
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAl-Qassas Army[318]

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAl-Rahman Legion

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgSouthern Front

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgJaysh al-Ummah

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgSouthern Command

  • Division 70
  • Infantry Brigade 71
  • Brigade Corps 72
  • Infantry Brigade 73
  • Division 90
  • Brigade 91
  • Brigade 92
  • Brigade 93
  • Brigade 94
  • Brigade 95
  • Tank Battalion 911
  • Sapper Battalion 50
  • Brigade 51
  • Brigade 52
  • Brigade 53
  • “Knights of Sharia” Battalion
  • “Horan” Commando Battalion
  • Martyrs Brigade of Nawa
  • The Banner of the Liberation of Nawa
  • Omar Mukhtar Brigade
  • Supporters of the Rightfulness Brigade
  • Abdullah Hourani Brigade
  • Special Brigade of South Farouk
  • Assault Brigade Horan
  • Homs Walid Brigade
  • Infantry Brigade 305
  • Special Tasks Battalion[327]

Former members
Suqour al-Sham Brigade defected to the Islamic Front[328]
Liwaa al-Umma defected to the Muhajirin wa-Ansar Alliance[164]
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgDivision 19 joined the Army of Mujahedeen, although it never fully defected.
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgJabhat al-Akrad was expelled after having connections to the PKK. It has allied itself with the People’s Protection Units and has continued to cooperate with the Free Syrian Army.
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgJaysh al-Ummah left the rebels and defected to the government.
Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade defected to ISIL.
Flag of the Hazm Movement.svgHazzm Movement[329] dissolved and joined the Levant Front.

Islamic Front
Islamic Front
Al-Tawhid Brigade (absorbed in Northern Storm Brigade)
Ahrar ash-Sham
Jaysh al-Islam (Damascus)
Ansar al-Sham (Lattakia)
Liwa al-Haqq (absorbed into Ahrar ash-Sham)
Suqour al-Sham (Idlib) (absorbed into Ahrar ash-Sham)
Kurdish Islamic Front (absorbed into Ahrar ash-Sham)
Muhajirin wal-Ansar Alliance
Muhajirin wa-Ansar Alliance[164][329]
Jund al-Aqsa
Liwaa al-Umma
Liwa al-Haqq
Omar Brigade
Authenticity and Development Front
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAuthenticity and Development Front
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgSouthern Front

  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgBattalion for the People of Damascus
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgSaarim Battalion
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgMuawiyah Battalion
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgThe Zamalka Martyrs Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgOriginality Battalion
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgImam Bukhari Battalion

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgNorthern Front

  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgImpacting People Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgCriterion Brigades
    • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgFree Izzat Circuit Brigade
    • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgRight Jund
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgArmour Brigade of the Nation
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgRight Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAlababil Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgBanner of Freedom
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgBlack Brigade of War
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgBattalion of the Martyr Ismail Al-Abdullah

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgWestern Front

  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgFirst Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgBrigade of the Martyr Hamza al-Khatib
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgBrigade of the Martyr Riyad Abdeen

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgCentral Front

  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgI Corps
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgPeople Brigades
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgMiqdad ibn al-Aswad Battalion
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgShort Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAncestors Battalion
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgSincerity Brigade

Eastern Front

  • Promise of Victory Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgImpact on People Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgBlack Tawhid Year Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgStationed Brigades
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgHudhaifah bin al-Yaman Battalion
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgMuawiyah Battalion
  • Impact on People Battalion
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgHawks of the Year Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgAhl al-Athar Brigade
  • Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgHamza Brigade[331][332]

Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svgNew Syrian Army

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant[333]
Jaysh al-Jihad
Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade


Former members
Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar[334] withdrew due to preexisting oath to the Caucasus Emirate.[335]
Jund al-Aqsa withdrew and joined the Muhajirin wa-Ansar Alliance.[164]

Army of Mujahedeen[
Army of Mujahedeen[336]
al-Noor Islamic Movement


Former members
Flag of Taliban.svgNour al-Din al-Zanki Islamic Brigades[337]
Flag of Taliban.svgLiwaa al-Ansar[338]
Fastaqim Kama Umirt[339]
al-Quds Brigades, Liwaa Amjad al-Islam and al-Noor Islamic Movement joined the Thuwar al-Sham Battalions in April 2015.[319]

Syrian Revolutionary Command Council
Syrian Revolutionary Command Council
Hazzm Movement
Syria Revolutionaries Front
Shields of the Revolution Council
101st Division
Jabhat Haqq al-Muqatala
Helpers Brigades[340]
Knights of Justice Brigade
13th Division
Falcons of al-Ghab[341]
Liwa al-Haqq
Suqour al-Sham
Jaysh al-Islam[340]
Ahrar ash-Sham[342]
Al-Tawhid Brigade[343]
Army of Mujahedeen
Ajnad al-Sham Islamic Union
Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki
Sham Legion[340]
al-Jabha al-Suriyya lil-Tahrir[341]
Authenticity and Development Front[343]
Fastaqim Kama Umirt[339]
Jabhat Ansar al-Islam[344]
Jabhat Ansar al-Din
Jabhat Ansar al-Din[345]
Harakat Sham al-Islam
Harakat Fajr ash-Sham al-Islamiya[159]
Euphrates Volcano
Euphrates Volcano[346]
Al-Tawhid Brigade
Liwa Thuwwar al-Raqqa
Army of Revolutionaries

People’s Protection Units

Jarabulus Brigade
Al-Qassas Army[347]
Jihad in the Path of God Brigade[348]

Syrian Democratic Forces
Syrian Democratic Forces
Syriac Military Council
People’s Protection Units
Women’s Protection Units
Syrian Arab Coalition:

Active regional coalitions

Levant Front
Levant Front (only in Aleppo Governorate)
Islamic Front (Aleppo only)
Army of Mujahedeen
Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki
Fastaqim Kama Umirt
Authenticity and Development Front (Aleppo only)[339]
Hazzm Movement[350]
Ansar al-Sharia
Ansar al-Sharia (only in Aleppo Governorate)
Al-Nusra Front
Jabhat Ansar al-Din
Harakat Mujahideen al-Islam
Ansar Khilafah Brigade
Ahrar ash-Sham
Kateebat al-Tawheed wa’l-Jihad
Al-Fawj al-Awal
Abu Amarah Battalions
Fajr al-Khilafah Battalions
Saraya al-Mee’ad
Kateebat al-Sahabah
Jund Allah
Sultan Murad Division[133]
Fatah Halab
Fatah Halab[121] (only in Aleppo Governorate)
Levant Front
Sham Legion
Knights of Justice Brigade
Thuwar al-Sham Battalions
Ahrar ash-Sham
Jaysh al-Islam
Fastaqim Kama Umirt
Falcons of al-Ghab
al-Izzah Union
Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki
Army of Mujahedeen
al-Hurriyah Brigade
Saif Allah Brigade
Falcons of Mount Zawiya Brigade
Abu Amarah Battalions
Bayariq al-Islam Movement
Jaysh al-Sunna
16th Division
13th Division
Criterion Brigades
Authenticity and Development Front
Liwa al-Haqq
Shuhada Atarib Brigade
101st Division
Fajr al-Khilafah Battalions
Ansar Khalifah Brigade
Bayan Movement
Sultan Murad Division
al-Nukhbah Forces[121]
Ajnad al-Sham Islamic Union
Ajnad al-Sham Islamic Union [107] (only in Damascus Governorate)
al-Habib al-Mustafa BrigadesSahaba Brigades
Shabab al-Huda Brigades
Amjad al-Islam Rally
Capital’s Shield Brigade
Unified Military Command of Eastern Ghouta
Unified Military Command of Eastern Ghouta (only in Ghouta region)
Jaysh al-Islam
Ajnad al-Sham Islamic Union
Ahrar ash-Sham (Damascus branch only)
Al-Habib al-Mustafa Brigade
al-Rahman Legion[119]
Army of Conquest
Army of Conquest (only in Idlib Governorate)
al-Nusra Front
Ahrar ash-Sham
Liwa al-Haqq
Jaysh al-Sunna
Ajnad ash-Sham

Defunct coalitions

Mujahideen Shura Council
Mujahideen Shura Council (only in Deir ez-Zor Governorate)[351]
Al-Nusra Front
Jaysh al-Islam
Army of Ahl al-Sunni wal Jamaa
Authenticity and Development Front
al-Qaaqaa
Jabhat al-Jihad wal Bina
Bayareq al-Shaaitat
Liwa al-Qadisiya
Army of Maoata al-Islami
Army of al-Ikhlas
Liwa al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar
Hawks of the South
Hawks of the South[319]
18 March Division
Yarmouk Army
Fallujah of Houran Brigade
Black Islam Brigade[352]
Ahl al-Sham
Ahl al-Sham (only in Aleppo Governorate)[353]
Islamic Front
Al-Nusra Front
Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar
Army of Mujahedeen
Aleppo Liberation[edit]
Aleppo Liberation (only in Aleppo Governorate)
16th Division
Jabhat Ansar al-Din
Sham Legion
Jabhat al-Nusra (Aleppo branch only)
Levant Front
Abu Amarah Battalions
Sultan Murad Brigade[354]
Jaysh al-Sham[edit]
Jaysh al-Sham[329]
Liwa Suyuf al Haq
Liwa Ansar Allah
Liwa Suqour al Sharq
Liwa al Fuqara ila Allah
Liwa Fityati al Islam
Liwa Asood al Ghab
Liwa Nusoor al Islam
Former members
Liwa Dawood[355]
Syrian Islamic Front[edit]
Syrian Islamic Front
Syrian Islamic Liberation Front[edit]
Syrian Islamic Liberation Front
Suqour al-Sham Brigade

    • Fajr al-Islam
    • Souyouf al-Haqq Brigades
    • Daoud Brigades[357]
    • al-Kansaa Brigades
    • al-Mujahideen Brigades
    • al-Mohagren wal Ansar Brigades
    • Suqour al-Maraa Brigades
    • Suqour al-Sharq Brigades
    • Ansar Allah Brigades
    • Aby Hajar Brigades
    • al-Safwa Brigades
    • Horas al-Aqeda Brigades
    • Suqour al-Sona Brigades
    • Swoar ash-Amal Brigades
    • Atawhed Brigades
    • Asideeq Brigades
    • Suqour Halab Brigades[358]
  • Jaysh al-Islam
    • Islam Brigades
    • Islamic Army Brigades
    • The Army of Muslims Brigades
    • Sword of Truth Brigades
    • Signs of Victory Brigades
    • Conquest of Sham Brigades
    • Ghouta Shield Brigades
    • Siddiq Brigades
    • Tawheed Al-Islam Brigades
    • South of the Capital Brigades
    • Badr Brigades
    • Omar bin Abdulaziz Brigades
    • Tawheed Soldiers Brigades
    • Sword of Islam Brigades
    • Omar bin Khattab Brigades
    • Muath bin Jabal Brigades
    • Zubayir bin Al-Awam Brigades
    • Dhul Nurayin Brigades
    • Ansar Brigades
    • Hamzeh Brigades
    • Air Defense Brigades
    • Missile Defense Brigades
    • Tank Brigades
    • Military Direction Brigades
    • Dahir Bebers Brigades
    • Sword of Truth 2 Brigades
    • Gamloon Warriors Brigades
    • Slaves of the Merciful Brigades
    • Murabiteen Brigades
    • Bedouin Brigades
    • Sunnah Supporters Brigades
    • Ahul ul Bayt Brigades
    • Martyrs of Atarib Brigades
    • Coastal Defense Brigades
    • Ain Jalout Brigades
    • Tawheed Supporters Platoons
    • Mujahideen Platoons
    • Abu Dujana Falcons Platoons
    • Sunnah Platoons
    • Ansar Platoons
    • Bara’a bin Azab Platoons
  • Al-Tawhid Brigade
    • Fursan al-Jabal Brigade
    • Daret Izza Brigade
    • Kurdish Salaheddine Battalion[359][360]
  • Farouq Brigades
  • Ansar al-Islam Gathering Council
  • Liwa al-Fath, Battalion of Conquest, (Aleppo)[290]
  • Deir ez-Zor Revolutionary Council
  • Tajamo Ansar al-Islam
  • Amr Ibn al-Aas Brigade
    • Army of Mohammed
    • Hawks Brigades
    • Qamishli Kurds
  • al-Naser Salaheddin Brigade[362]
  • Liwa Dawud[363]
  • Hawks Sham brigades
  • Farouq Islamic Brigades
  • Banner of Islam
  • Unification Brigade
  • Deir ez-Zor Revolutionary Council
  • Furqan Brigade (Damascus)
  • Furqan Brigade (Al-Quneitra)
    • Hamza al-Ansar Brigade
  • Ahrar al-Shamal Brigades (Idlib, Hama)
    • Andan Battalion
    • Mare Battalion
    • Huriyatan Battalion
    • Azaz Battalion
    • al-Bab Battalion
    • Tell Rifaat Battalion[357]
  • Ebad Idlib al-Rahman Brigades of Maarat al-Naaman[357]
  • Open Brigade (Aleppo)
  • Brigade of Homs (Homs)
  • Mohammed bin Abdullah Brigade (Homs)
  • Return of the Martyr Ahmed Battalion (Homs)
  • National Liberation Movement (Homs)
  • Household Brigade (Hama)
  • Brigades of God (Lattakia)
  • Izz ibn Abd al-Salam Brigades (Lattakia)
  • Council of Banias (Tartous)
  • Tartous Military Council (Tartous)[366]
  • Amr Ibn al-Aas Brigades
  • Kurdish Suqour Brigades
  • Iman Brigades
  • Independence Gathering[357]

 

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