BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:40 P.M.) – According to a report from Damascus-Now, the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Council is prepared to negotiate with the Syrian government in Damascus.

The report claimed that the co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council, Ilham Ahmad, has agreed to send a political delegation to Damascus in order to begin talks with the Syrian government.

This meeting will allegedly have no preconditions, Damascus-Now added.

The Syrian Democratic Council has yet to issue an official statement confirming this news.

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Assad must stay
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Assad must stay
2018-06-05 22:04

Interesting 🙂

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux
2018-06-05 22:35

At least! I’m waiting for it for a good two years when I explained it was obviously in the Putin’s roadmap and both Damascus and the Kurds would have to team or else would both end falling to Turkey.
It’s high time they wake up while the Ankara’s monkey is going more and more rogue.

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2018-06-05 23:48
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Syria tacitly allowed the Turks to enter the Syria. Consider the SDF as a cancer, which for obvious reasons is untouchable, and Turkish as a therapy that is very harmful but removes cancer. When there is no cancer (SDF) Turkey will have no choice but to withdraw from Syria.
The same is happening in Iraq, and any direct conflict with the SDF will cause America to attack Syria.

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Willing Conscience
2018-06-06 07:51

70 Arab tribes have joined forces to oppose the US and now the Kurds are going to enter into negotiations [we don’t know what] with Assad. Is it starting to look like the writings on the wall concerning the US or is it just my wishful thinking. The locals in Idlib and Aleppo have also been grumbling about the rebels too.