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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Syrian rebels announced a major award for the prisoners of the Russians

The rebels are one of the Islamist groups Syria said it was willing to pay a large cash reward for giving them the captives from Lebanon, Iran or Russia.

photo: twitter.com

It looks like “avatar” Twitter account siryahora

A similar statement was posted on Twitter by militants @siryahora: it says that the rebels are ready to pay 10 thousand dollars for a “mercenary” from each of the three countries fighting against them.

By itself, the group Ajnad al-Sham (the Islamic Union of soldiers of Levant) who made the statement has a membership of about 3 million people. However, she resists both the government forces of Bashar Assad, and banned in Russia “Islamic state”, while maintaining the negotiations in Geneva.

Recall that today Russian President Vladimir Putin submitted for ratification to the State Duma the agreement with the Syrian government on the deployment in the Arab Republic air group Russian air force. The agreement on it was reached a year ago, on 26 August, in Damascus.

Recall that while the militants in Syria are trying to kill all the Russian soldiers that fall to them in captivity. What is the goal of the “Islamic Union of soldiers of Levant intends to redeem the captives, it is not misleading.

Earlier, the rebels are now trying to release Aleppo from the siege of Assad’s troops, exposed the condition of the return to Russia of the bodies Ekiga Mi-8 lifting of the blockade of the city, the transfer of humanitarian aid and the release of their comrades held by the recognized in the West (but not in Russia) the terrorist group “Hezbollah”.

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