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Anti-regime activists in the Ghouta suburbs said the Islam Army, headed by controversial figure Zahran Alloush, raided the headquarters of the Umma Army and effectively ended the group's presence in the sprawling, rebel-held area.There were conflicting accounts of the whereabouts of Ahmad Taha, the commander of the Umma Army – some maintained that he was killed, while others said he was detained by the Islam Army.The Islam Army claimed that it seized the weapons of "dozens" of the rival militia's members, who were promised that they would not be harmed if they surrendered. At least one person was killed and dozens wounded by regime airstrikes on the area as the two militias clashed.
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