On both Twitter and Telegram, a company which describes itself on Telegram as “a service provided by volunteers which hopes to provide the people of Syria with valuable information in order to keep up-to-date and safe,” notifies its followers of airstrikes or drones in Syria. On its Twitter byline, it states that it gives the “earliest possible intercepted information on Jet strikes, alarming Syrian population before they are possibly targeted.” Some of its followers on Twitter are fighters with Jabhat Fath Al-Sham (JFS), formerly Jabhat Al-Nusra, Al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria. A few have re-tweeted the posts as well.
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