A letter from various rebel factions addressed to UN Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura has announced that the none of them will attend the next round of UN-organized peace talks.
The factions are led by the Syrian National Coalition, which itself doesn’t have many fighters, but has claimed itself to be a government-in-exile. They declared the talks “unimportant.”
Suggestions from Hisham Marwa, a top SNC official, were that the group was particularly opposed to the talks because the UN had invited Iran for the first time.
Such talks were unlikely to accomplish much at any rate, as apart from smaller, US-approved rebel factions and the SNC, most of the opposition was not invited.
2 thoughts on “Syria Rebels Reject UN Offer for Peace Talks”
But of course. The terrorists have the upper hand now. Unless they suffer some serious defeats what possible incentive do they have for peace talks.
No upper hand but in western corporate media. JISR AL-SHUGHOOR is surrounded and cut off from Mullah Erdogan in Turkey and the Saudi child molesters in QALAMOON mountains between Lebanon and Damascus are desperatly calling for Obongo´s help from SAA and Hezbollah so they can go back to marry & rape Syrian kids and chop random heads off, but to no avail.
Short of a US/Zionazi/Turkey invasion & WW3, the rats have no chanse to establish a Saudi caliphate here, that´s what it´s all about. Sincesomething like 98% of these Wahhabi freaks aren´t even Syrians to begin with and have no love for Syrians or anything Syrian, they have no reason to negotiate and their US/israeli patron clearly tells them not to
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