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Rebels are alredy wipeout from Deir-ez Zor so why that group is still on the list? It´s not exist anymore. It´s fighters are ded or prisons of Islamic State. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs) 17:01, 24 August 2014
At one point in time the intervention was listed in its own section. Someone moved it with the explanation that "The coalition is aiding the Kurds". However, the coalition has carried out strikes against the Khorasan Group as well. I moved it back. Someone else moved it to its' current position . I think for those reasons that the American-led intervention section should be separate.David O. Johnson (talk) 00:04, 26 January 2015 (UTC)
Regardless of what your position is in the war, these "duped" mercenaries (who happened to be fighting in accord to their "Christian values"), who supposedly were working for "FSB" officers in the service of Assad, were not ultimately proven to be in the service of the FSB. They claim they were lied to and they risked the lives for some local Arab kingpin. This makes one suppose they were working for Assad, as being a mercenary under the current laws of Russia is outlawed and they were arrested on their arrival to Russia by the real FSB after their "failed attempt". If you find sources that prove it otherwise, please provide them below. (For more information, read the whole article in the source provided, please). --92slim (talk) 15:47, 18 February 2015 (UTC)