Some other members joined the Army of Revolutionaries. In late 2013 the former Supreme Military Council chief of staff Salim Idris planned to form the Hazzm Movement in response him being sacked as the chief of staff, the Hazzm Movement was established on 25 January 2014 when 12 small rebel factions merged. Several of the factions had been part of the Farouq Brigades, the groups that became the Army of Mujahedeen were originally going to join the Hazzm Movement. The previous incarnation of the group, called Harakat Zaman Mohamed, was supported by the Muslim Brotherhood of Syria, the group was supplied with BGM-71 TOW anti-tank missiles in a covert CIA program launched in 2014. Scores of the fighters also received U. S. military training in Qatar under the same program. Following the loss of men and weapons to Nusra, the Idlib branch of Hazzm stopped receiving funds from the CIA in December 2014, in January 2015, al-Nusra attacked Hazzm Movement positions in the Aleppo Governorate. On 1 March 2015, after heavy clashes with the al-Nusra Front. Some Hazm Movement members in Atarib joined Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki, however, the Atarib Martyrs Brigade left Jaysh al-Thuwar in 2016 to join the Army of Mujahideen in May. In late December 2016, the Hazzm Movement, the SRF, the Hazzm Movement had a northern division, led by Murshid al-Khalid, and a southern division led by Mohammed al-Dahik. Abdullah Awda was in charge of operations and Hamza Shamali in charge of political affairs. The 9th Division of Aleppo is a Syrian rebel group affiliated with the rebel Syria Revolutionaries Front coalition. It is headed by Murshid al-Khaled
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A convoy of Hazzm Movement fighters in the town of Mare' on 18 August 2014.