Syrian Revolutionary Front

The Syria Revolutionaries Front is an alliance within the Free Syrian Army was formed as a response to the formation of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The  newly formed alliance includes secular brigades, including Idlib Military CouncilSyrian Martyrs' BrigadeAhrar al-Zawia BrigadesAnsar BrigadesComing Victory BrigadesSeventh DivisionNinth Division of AleppoFarouq al-Shamal BattalionsGhab Wolves BrigadeIdlib Martyrs’ BrigadeAhrar al-Shamal BrigadeRiyad al-Salehin Battalions of DamascusFarouq Battalions of HamaAccording to Aron Lund's report, Syria’s Salafi Insurgents: The rise of The Syrian Islamic Front, the SRF was defunct in fall 2013 due to low recruiting in the period when Ahrar al-Sham had dropped out of the group. [Available here]

Syrian Revolutionary Front, also known as Front of Syrian Revolutionaries, Syrian Rebel Front, Syria Revolutionaries Front is an active group formed c. 2013.
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