Turkish Army breaks up jihadist protest in Idlib | April 13th 2020 | Syria

Sit-in protests against joint Turkish-Russian patrols on Idlib province’s M4 highway organized by the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (previously al-Qaeda in Syria) have cracked open divisions between so-called "moderate Syrian rebels" (Turkish paid mercenaries) and HTS jihadists, placing pressure on the ceasefire deal in northwest Syria.

According to the commander, HTS-controlled local authorities organised and promoted the sit-in, and Turkey-backed "rebel" (read "mercenary") groups helped break it up.

Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) responded by arresting Turkey-backed "rebel" fighters

Tahrir al-Sham captured the military commander of "Faylaq al-Sham", Ramadan Dayoub ("Abu Ali Jarjanaz"), and 10 of his comrades following severe tension in the vicinity of eastern rural Idlib's al-Nairab