Mohammed Alloush

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Mohammed Alloush is associated, including Iran, Free, and government. Most recently, Mohammed Alloush has been quoted saying: “Those officers from the Free Syrian Army were state officers. Calling them terrorists reinforces the lack of trust between us and the ruling authority.” in the article Syria's motley crew of fighters now at negotiating table. An other article where Mohammed Alloush has been quoted is Syria talks in Astana close with pledge to safeguard truce.

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The Russians have moved from a stage of being a party in the fighting and are now exerting efforts to become a guarantor. They are finding a lot of obstacles from (Lebanon's Shi'ite) Hezbollah forces, Iran and the regime.

Those officers from the Free Syrian Army were state officers. Calling them terrorists reinforces the lack of trust between us and the ruling authority.

We don't accept any role for Iran in the future of Syria.

The presence of foreign militias invited by the regime, most notably the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Iraqi Hezbollah ... contributes to the continuation of bloodshed and obstructs any opportunity for a cease-fire.

Russia wants to move from a direct party in the fighting to a guarantor and neutral one and this point is being obstructed by the Syrian regime that wants it to fail and Iran that is fighting this with its sectarian militias in Syria.

It's a real test of the power of Russia and its influence over the regime and Iran as a guarantor of the deal, so if it fails in this role there will follow bigger failures.

We say to the head of Syrian government delegation that if he wants a real national unity government, first he must release the 10,000 women in his prisons, and the tens of thousands other there. He must also stop the massacres he is committing everyday, so he can be a human with an ounce of nationalism. Then maybe the negotiations will resume.

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