|Army of Aleppo|
Participant in Syrian Civil War
|Area of operations||Aleppo, Syria|
|Originated as||Fatah Halab (became the 2nd iteration of Jaysh al-Halab, southeastern Aleppo)|
Army of Conquest|
|Battles and wars|
The Jaysh al-Halab (Arabic: جيش حلب, lit. 'Army of Aleppo') is a coalition of Syrian rebel groups based in rebel-held areas inside the city of Aleppo, Syria. The coalition was created by an Ahrar ash-Sham commander with the intent of unifying various rebel groups in Aleppo. After the announcement, nothing was heard of the group until December 2016.
Initial member groups
The joint operations room consists of both Sunni Islamist and Salafist factions, some being of the Free Syrian Army. On its formation in 6 February 2016, the Ahrar ash-Sham commander issued an ultimatum that ordered 15 rebel factions to join the group within 72 hours.
On 1 December 2016, during the Aleppo offensive, all rebel groups in southeastern Aleppo reportedly merged into the coalition replacing Fatah Halab in southeastern Aleppo. A new commander, Abu Abdul Rahman Noor was named.
- "Aleppo rebels rally around former Ahrar leader". Now News. 17 February 2016.
- "Factions in Aleppo announce forming the "Unified Army of Aleppo"". RFS Media Office. 1 December 2016.
- "Besieged Aleppo rebels unite under new Jaish Halab banner". Al-Masdar News. 1 December 2016.
- "Aleppo Army infogrphic". Yalla Souriya. 2 December 2016.