This is from last march but is relevant today in light of Kunduz hospital bombing. Please click on read more after reading intro. You will find a paragraphpiratefish
Isis has never been considered part of the opposition by any Syrians fighting the Assad regime and obviously did not sign. Al Nusra did not sign. The signerspiratefish
*There is nothing amusing, of course, about the endless tragedy of Syria - but I was struck by the one positive result of Russian intervention (as seen bydavidmcreynolds7
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