BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:15 A.M.) – Another high ranking commander of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) has defected to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) after recent negotiations with the government.

Munqez Al-Dali, who was the military commander of the FSA in Rastan City and head of the rebel supreme court, was photographed this week posing in front of a picture of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and the two flags of Syria and Russia.

Dali was also photographed in Syrian Arab Army combat fatigues, while sitting inside the office.

The former FSA commander has been accused by the opposition factions of being a government spy that provided important information to the Syrian Arab Army.

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Nur Muhd

he has chosen the best way to fight and die – hope more will do so

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He has “seen the light” or was it the shadow of a hangman’s noose that convinced him that if he wanted to stay in Syria with his family he had better become a patriot? If, on the other hand, he had been a Syrian spy all this time, then well done!

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Stern Daler

Many have finally come to realize that even the Ba’ath system stands for more democracy than a sharia theocracy.

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Stern Daler

Either a patriot, a prodigal son or one of the rats leaving the sinking ship.

p.s. Either way – a step to national reconciliation.

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disinformation leads to
distrust….
leads to assassination
of all traitors.

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spies apart of war

allegiance sought and broken
don’t fool you self
opposition have spies too

can’t figure green bus to desert
then you go HUNT.them
saweida? make no sense
complicated middle East will continue