Monday, September 4, 2023

What is free syrian army? did they support Isis?

 The Free Syrian Army (FSA) is a coalition of decentralized resistance militias in the Syrian Civil War founded in 2011 by Colonel Riad al-Asaad and six officers who defected from the Syrian Armed Forces. The immediate priority of the FSA was to safeguard the lives of protestors and civilians from the deadly crackdown by Bashar al-Assad's security apparatus. The FSA engages and ambushes the state's shabiha militia and confronts the army during which it encourages defections. The FSA has been supported by the US, Turkey, and Russia

 There is no evidence that the FSA supported ISIS

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