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by Leith Fadel


On Tuesday, the Telegraph reported that the British regime is planning to train a new set of Syrian rebel fighters inside four countries in the region, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, and Jordan.

According to the Britain-based news agency, British military advisors will be sent to these countries in order to train rebel combatants for a future war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS).

While the British regime made no mention about the Syrian government of President Bashar Al-Assad; it is assumed that these rebel fighters will oppose the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their allies.

In addition to the British troops, U.S. military advisors will be present at the training grounds, as they teach basic infantry skills to the potential rebel candidates

The Telegraph added that as many as 85 British soldiers will train the moderate rebel recruits; however, the total number of opposition personnel participating in this training is still unknown.