SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association)
Terrorist organizations Al-Qaeda and Daesh have struck a deal according to which they will not attack each other. According to a US news agency, representatives of both the organization met in Northern Syria to agree upon this plan. According to this agreement Al-Qaeda and Daesh militants will not target each other. Both the terrorist organizations also agreed upon on joint action against their enemies. A senior leader of Syrian opposition said that such deals will further weaken moderate Syrian opposition. Such an agreement would also be troublesome for Washington, he said in a statement.
Syrian rebels that are linked to moderate Syrian opposition are not only scattered but also not that powerful and trained to counter IS and Al-Qaeda terrorists, which are not only well trained but also equipped with latest weapons.
Translated from urdutimes.com