"Free Syrian Army" condemns the agreement of (Kafriya and Foua’)

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 3 April, 2017


ElDorar AlShamia:

The Free Syrian Army (FSA) condemned on Sunday the Kafriya and Foua’ agreement signed by Ahrar Al Sham Islamic Movement and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) with Hezbollah militia and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, mediated by Qatar. In Madaya and Zabadani in the countryside of Damascus.

In its statement, the Free Syrian Army (FSA) considered the agreement to establish a dangerous phase of ethnic and sectarian cleansing in preparation for redrawing the borders of the Syrian state. It is considered a crime against humanity and contrary to article 7, paragraph (d), of the Statute of the International Criminal Court.

The statement said that the agreement attributed the Iranian presence in the region of Damascus and its countryside, warning of the extension of Iran's project to the rest of the Arab countries and its fragmentation, and called on the countries that sponsored this agreement to clarify its position clearly and published full details.

The statement called on the Secretary-General of the United Nations and UN-Security Council to intervene urgently to issue a condemnation of this and other agreements. It called on the League of Arab States to convene at the level of foreign ministers to discuss this issue and move to prevent forced displacement and demographic change.

It is noteworthy that the agreement has raised widespread opposition from the general Syrians, condemned by: the National Coalition ,High Negotiating Committee and several political and military figures of Syria.

The agreement requires the evacuation of the residents of the two towns in exchange for allowing the fighters of Madaya, Zabadani and Bloudan to go out to any area they want, while keeping those who want in their area without pursuing, releasing 1500 detainees in Assad prisons, including as many women as possible. A 9-month truce, including: Idlib, Maarat Misrin, Taftanaz, Ram Hamdan, and several other towns in the northern countryside of Idlib , as well as the towns of Babila , Beit Sahem and Yalda south of Damascus.