In the last few days, the Assad regime lost several fighters during the battle for Al Misat in Aleppo province. Several jihadist organizations took part in this assault, including the Al Nusrah Front, Imam Bukhari Jamaat, Jabhat Ansar al Din, and Katibat al Tawhid wal Jihad.
Furthermore, based on pictures released by these respective groups, it can be determined that Katibat al Tawhid wal Jihad maintains a very close relationship with Al Nusrah, as well as Imam Bukhari Jamaat. This comes after the Katibat broke away from Nusrah after undisclosed reasons to form its own independent group. It should come as no surprise that Katibat, an Uzbek group, is working with Imam Bukhari Jamaat, which is the largest Uzbek group in Syria. I first speculated this in my initial report on Katibat here.
Take a very close look at the photo above. Those same weapons are seen in a picture released by Sayfullah Shishani's Jamaat, which is a Chechen faction of the Al Nusrah Front (al Qaeda in Syria).
Additionally, Imam Bukhari Jamaat has also released a picture showing the same weapons. The group has also published several pictures on its site. One picture includes Katibat's emir, Abu Saloh. This image is similar to what was shown in Katibat's video, which indicates that Imam Bukhari fighters were present during the filming of said video. This is also not the first time Abu Saloh has appeared in Imam Bukhari productions. See my initial report of Katibat to read more on him.
These pictures can be seen below. (Note: The picture of the weapons is kind of blurry, but the orange generator is visibly noticeable)
All groups have also publicized the Assad regime soldiers they have captured. However, it is not known if the fighters shown by Sayfullah Shishani's Jamaat, Imam Bukhari, and Katibat are the same. However, Jabhat Ansar al Din has published a video showing a couple fighters they captured during the fight. This group, which is actually a coalition, consists of the Chechen Jaish al Muhajireen wal Ansar (the Syrian branch of the Caucasus Emirate), the Moroccan Harakat Sham al Islam, and the native Syrian Harakat Fajr al Sham al Islamiya. The video below has the logo of Harakat Fajr al Sham al Islamiya: