Damascus, Syria (9:45 A.M.) – Syria’s largest rebel group has officially rejected the nationwide ceasefire deal that was proposed by the Russian and U.S. governments this past weekend.

Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham’s Deputy Leader “Abu ‘Ammar Al-‘Umar” issued a televised statement on Monday morning that affirmed his Islamist group’s rejection of the nationwide ceasefire proposal.

Al-‘Umar stated that Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham will reject any ceasefire proposal that excludes certain rebel groups in Syria.

He followed this statement by declaring solidarity with one of the excluded groups: Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Al-Nusra Front).

Rumors about Ahrar Al-Sham’s rejection of the ceasefire began to spread on Sunday after a prominent member issued a voice recording that condemned the proposal.

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Mario Rossi
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Mario Rossi

Don’t worry Putin will destroy you all

Andrew Sivaram
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Andrew Sivaram

Good! Now let’s start bombing these cockroaches again…

Victoria E. Coon
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Victoria E. Coon

Do we know who are the excluded groups?

hope
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hope

Well, unforunately US and Russia only agreed about exclusion of jabhat fatah al-sham and islamic state of iraq and al-sham. Cause americans vehemently defended the sickeningly inhumane and criminal terror organisations of nourideen al-zinki and jund al-aqsa.

Deny Nurdin
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Deny Nurdin

Kill ’em all… for better future!

James Mcevoy
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James Mcevoy

Then SAA/allies good hunting ????????

ozigooner
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ozigooner

Fine by me…now the Syrian Army, Russia & the reluctant yankees can blow them out of their desert caves. I hear there’s an earthquke in Riyadh as we speak..

El Cid Asaei
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El Cid Asaei

Excellent news!

Joseph Edwar Tobjian
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Joseph Edwar Tobjian

f**k them