Several groups that form the Free Syrian Army  (FSA) have joined together to issue a public statement in support of Saudi Arabia severing its diplomatic ties with Iran following the former’s execution of Sheikh Nimr Al-Nimr on Saturday morning.

According to the statement released by he Free Syrian Army, Saudi Arabia made the right decision because the Iranian government supports “terrorist groups” in Yemen, Lebanon, and Syria.

Specifically, they named Hezbollah (Lebanese resistance), Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi paramilitary unit), Liwaa Abu Fadl Al-‘Abbas (Iraqi paramilitary unit), and Faylaq Al-Badr (Iraqi paramilitary unit that is actually known as “Liwaa Al-Badr) as the “terrorists” supported by Iran.

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Maryellen Haueisen
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Maryellen Haueisen

At least it gives support that what many have been saying all along – that ISIS and “Free Syria” are US. Saudi and Qatar funded supported, trained and populated entities that were formed to install a US puppet government to serve US, Saudi and Qatar interests instead of those of the owners of that land – the Syrians. Additionally, Assad is supported by the vast majority of Syrians, the Western media has been telling lies contrary to that fact.

Alberto Ferreira
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Alberto Ferreira

u should not call those motherfu’krs free-syria-army…

Ahmed Antakya
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Ahmed Antakya

الدعس على ربكم حتى النصر بأذن ربنا

Alonso Antonio Pizarro Gómez
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Alonso Antonio Pizarro Gómez

I’m not ever surprised tbh

Givi
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Givi

Of course they are supplied and funded by Saudi government i doubt there is even one Syrian in the free Syrian army they are all foreign payed mercenaries from foreign lands.

Jim Ali Karlberg
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Jim Ali Karlberg

Free no Fight Syrian Alot. They are ceratet by Saudi Arabia’s Al-Saud.
I’ll hope Syria, Lebanon and Iraq do the same and do like Iran.

Atalia Roma
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Atalia Roma

What will this achieve

Rachid Ramdani
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Rachid Ramdani

Not surprising all terrorist organisations are supported by the banana kingdom of Saudi perverts

Atalia Roma
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Atalia Roma

503 service unavailable cant read article

Guity Irani
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Guity Irani

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Guity Irani
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Guity Irani

Call them terrorist not free Syrian army.