Two days after executing a Syrian man at point-blank range, ISIS militants in the very same Yarmouk Camp decapitated an alleged spy accused of aiding rival rebel factions in southern Damascus.
According to Amaq Agency, the official Islamic State outlet, Muhammad Al-Tayeh was a member of Jabhat al-Nusra (now known as Hayyat Tahrir al-Sham). The latter group controls roughly 20% of the Yarmouk Camp and a couple of neighboring districts.
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The Yarmouk Camp is disconnected from the Islamic State mainland and remains completely ringed by the government troops that have largely refrained from interfering in the jihadist infighting, opting instead to secure other residential areas in and around the Syrian capital.