Syrian rebels consider joining forces...

Syrian rebels consider joining forces with regime troops to fight al-Qa'ida

There are 50 comments on the The Independent story from Dec 3, 2013, titled Syrian rebels consider joining forces with regime troops to fight al-Qa'ida. In it, The Independent reports that:

The spectre is looming of a second Syrian civil war with the head of the opposition's official forces declaring that he is prepared to join regime troops in the future to drive out al-Qa'ida-linked extremists who have taken over swathes of rebel-held territories.

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Syrian

Waterford, CT

#42 Dec 5, 2013
Ivan Zvonko Kilic wrote:
If the native Syrian F.S.A. joins forces with President Al Assad to go after al qaeda/al nusra foreign jihadists it would prove to be a propaganda victory for Damascus & may shorten the war.
Very similar situation took place in Al Anbar province in Iraq when Iraqi Sunni rebels grew tired of the fanaticism & cruelty of al qaeda foreign arab militants & turned on them.
Just remember that at the end of the American Civil War, Lincoln offered amnesty to the rebels.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#43 Dec 5, 2013
Ivan Zvonko Kilic wrote:
If the native Syrian F.S.A. joins forces with President Al Assad to go after al qaeda/al nusra foreign jihadists it would prove to be a propaganda victory for Damascus & may shorten the war.
Very similar situation took place in Al Anbar province in Iraq when Iraqi Sunni rebels grew tired of the fanaticism & cruelty of al qaeda foreign arab militants & turned on them.
Just remember that at the end of the American Civil War, Lincoln offered amnesty to the rebels.
Chris

Thornton, Canada

#44 Dec 5, 2013
George wrote:
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That's because you do not know what a Civil War is. If he want to call for an attack against the SAA and Assad it is within his rights as the opposition to do so, he does not have to follow any directions from Assad and has made that stand very clearly. You on the other hand think Assad is the only on that can do so, WRONG.
You obviously donít know what human decency is. Anybody, who calls on foreign military force to bomb his country, is a traitor, and the lowest of the low.
Avenger

Cambridge, Canada

#45 Dec 5, 2013
Chris wrote:
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You obviously donít know what human decency is. Anybody, who calls on foreign military force to bomb his country, is a traitor, and the lowest of the low.
Syria is already a smoking heap of rubble from the crazy tyrant Assad's weapons.
It's write off.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#46 Dec 5, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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Syria is already a smoking heap of rubble from the crazy tyrant Assad's weapons.
It's write off.
Yup, and Turkey, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon and Israel should line up the tanks at the borders and not let anyone you only in, if they are that dumb and let them have at it, keep all the idiots in one zone and import all the idiots from around the world but no one gets out except the civilians and give them a chance to get out first, I agree with Russia on this one, you can go there but cannot come back
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#47 Dec 5, 2013
George wrote:
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Yup, and Turkey, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon and Israel should line up the tanks at the borders and not let anyone you only in, if they are that dumb and let them have at it, keep all the idiots in one zone and import all the idiots from around the world but no one gets out except the civilians and give them a chance to get out first, I agree with Russia on this one, you can go there but cannot come back
That won't be a problem,the only way those animals are going back is in a sack,the SAA will see to that.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#48 Dec 5, 2013
Chris wrote:
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You obviously donít know what human decency is. Anybody, who calls on foreign military force to bomb his country, is a traitor, and the lowest of the low.
Well said!!
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#49 Dec 5, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>That won't be a problem,the only way those animals are going back is in a sack,the SAA will see to that.
Those rebel terrorists's days are now numbered.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#50 Dec 5, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>That won't be a problem,the only way those animals are going back is in a sack,the SAA will see to that.
Nope, in a pile and light a match. Then let each country neighbor agree to a piece of Syria and divide it up, even Palestinians should have a piece of the pie, maybe next to Iraq in order to keep at peace with Israel. Then the SAA will dissolve and be part of each country where they live. Israel could use triple the size it has and Jordan and Lebanon the same.

But as far as the idiots now fighting and killing because of some twisted religious belief well they would mostly be gone.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#51 Dec 6, 2013
The rebel's party is over. Because of the AlQaeda infiltration, even the West has it's doubts about supporting them now!

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