BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:40 A.M.) – A large number of rebel factions in northern Syria announced on Sunday that they will be merging together to form one big group.

According to a statement released by the rebel factions, the following groups will be merging together to form one large force under the Turkish Army’s command:

  • Faylaq Al-Sham
  • Free Idlib Army
  • 2nd Coastal Division
  • 1st Division
  • Freedom Brigade
  • Darayya Islam Brigade
  • 2nd Army
  • Victory Army
  • 37th Regiment

This large merger includes factions from northern Latakia, which may explain why the Turkish military recently entered the province.

 

 

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Daeshbags Sux
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2018-05-29 06:27

Turkish invasion on the way.
Erdogan #1 slime in the Mid-East.

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2018-05-29 11:29

The traitor mercenaries show their true colour. They officially join their foreign Sultan and betray their home country.

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2018-05-29 07:04

All the rebels that wouldn’t join either the FSA or SLF forces for whatever reason, now have a third option from Erdogan. HTS will lose a lot of it’s members too as some of them will also join this new group. Erdogan will have 3 armies to coordinate now and the SAA will no longer have numerous small manageable groups of rebels to contend with, they’ll have 3 well coordinated bigger ones now. I used to say the Russians would nuke Al-Tanf before they nuked any other place but I’m hoping I’m wrong, I hope they nuke Erdogan first.