Formations of the moderate opposition, which control vast territories in the northern and central part of Syria and which have joined the ceasefire:

1. Feilak al-Sham

19 detachments, total strength: over 4,000 people.

Its formations conduct combat actions in the Aleppo, Idlib, Hama and Homs provinces.

2. Ahrar al-Sham

The full name is Harakat Ahrar al-Sham al-Islamiyya.

Over 80 detachments, total strength: about 16,000 people.

Formations of the grouping conduct combat actions in the Aleppo, Damascus, Daraa, Idlib, Latakia, Hama and Homs provinces.

3. Jaysh al-Islam

64 detachments, total strength: about 12,000 people.

Jaysh al-Islam formations conduct combat actions in the Aleppo, Damascus, Daraa, Deir ez-Zor, Latakia, Hama and Homs provinces.

4.  Thuwar al-Sham

8 battalions, total strength: about 2,500 people.

Armed formations conduct combat actions in the Aleppo, Idlib and Latakia provinces.

5.  Jaysh al-Mujahideen

13 detachments, total strength: about 8,000 people.

Armed formations conduct combat actions in the Aleppo city and provinces of Aleppo, Idlib and Hama.

6. Jaysh Idlib

3 large detachments, total strength: more than 6,000 people.

Jaysh Idlib conducts combat actions in the Idlib province.

7.   Jabhat al-Shamiyah

5 large detachments, total strength: about 3,000 people.

The grouping detachments conduct combat actions in the Aleppo, Idlib and Damascus provinces.

 

Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation

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I don’t trust any of em. Just me though.

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Note that in //, some of them are supposed to merge in a HUGE alliance very soon! So, the Hudaybiyyah treaty for them is : 1. Keep quiet for a while 2. Resupply weapons and replenish manpower 3. Wait most of Russian troops and aircraft are gone, wait that numbers of IRGC and Hezbollah go back home 4. Strike fucking hard 5. As agreed with Erdogan and al-Jubeir : Assad must go, Jolani for prez! “It will be interesting how Turkey separates ‘Moderates’ from ISIS/AlNusra in North Aleppo though” => 😀 “I notice the Al Zenki child killers are not… Read more »
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Well thats 52,500 terrorists who say they want to live. If they play with Al Nusra and ISIS they will not.
It will be interesting how Turkey separates ‘Moderates’ from ISIS/AlNusra in North Aleppo though 🙂

I notice the Al Zenki child killers are not on the list.
Lest we forget what they have done :-

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/aleppo-rebels-behead-a-child/

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Unrealistic Numbers of Jihadis. All together with Nusra and ISIS are 60.000, not more. I estimate that not more than 10.000 fighters in truth included

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360k shithadists+mercenaries entered Syria ONLY from Turkey since 2011, Sept 2016 numbers. At this moment, 120k went back home, 95k were killed, thus, some also crossed to Syria to join ISIS in Iraq or in Lebanon… Not counting what came from Iraq, Jordan and locals. Hard to say if some went home through Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq or even Israel

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I hope there are consequences for those who do not abide by the ceasefire.Also ways to mitigate regrouping and replenishing supplies by the “opposition”.The so called opposition have have been using this chances in the past to regroup,replenish supplies and then attack Syrian army positions.

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“Reuters cites Russian sources: Assad will quit in several years and the regime will announce another Alawite candidate for presidency”
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Great : the fate of Syria decided abroad…

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“Ahrar spokesman Ahmed Karali said they did not sign the truce agreement because they had some reservations.”
=> Wait for the next one to not sign…
“Hezbollah says fighters from the party will remain in Syria indefinitely, despite Turkey’s demands that the group withdraw”
=> Gollum won’t be happy.

The main question now : who will torpedo the ceasefire?

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“Syrian opposition says: Assad has no place in the future of Syria”-Ahmad Alkhatib
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If they say so…